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Fifteen Myths about Accessibility of Online Courses

Duration: 1 hour

Karen Sorensen, Stephanie Shipley and Royce Jacomen, Pellissippi State Community College
Kaela Parks, Portland Community College
Barry Dahl, D2L


​Improving the accessibility of online learning is a passion that runs deep at D2L. That’s also true for the many organizations that use Brightspace to provide learning opportunities to students and employees. There is a great deal of good advice out there related to improving the web accessibility of online courses, but there are many misconceptions too. We’ll examine some of these myths and provide some different perspectives for you to consider.

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