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Reach Every Learner: Understanding and Addressing Accessibility

Hosted by the University of South Dakota, in partnership with D2L

Are you current on accessibility requirements and opportunities, including federal rules? Do your institutions and instructors recognize how meeting the needs of students with disabilities provides a pathway to better meeting the individualized needs of all students? Join a panel of experts led by a U.S. Department of Education official to understand federal requirements and best practices for enhancing teaching and learning accessibility.

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1 Hour


What You’ll Learn:

  1. Understand accessibility regulations and standards and how to best address these requirements
  2. Recognize how addressing accessibility can also help support the needs of all learners, including through principles of universal design
  3. Identify how best to implement best practices for instructional design, technology access and accessibility program management


Mary Lou Mobley

J.D. Co-Lead, National Digital Access Team, U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Read Mary Lou Mobley's bio

Angela Jackson

Ed.D., Digital Accessibility Coordinator, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of South Dakota Read Angela Jackson's bio

Sambhavi Chandrashekar

Ph.D., Global Accessibility Lead, D2L Read Sambhavi Chandrashekar's bio