This webinar will explore the challenges for students and educators as we try to consider equity and accessibility in our move to online assessment and teaching and discuss solutions to some common issues raised.
It will feature a range of contributor voices including student representation, the view from the disability office, teaching and learning expertise and contribution from an accessibility.
Two different Glean webinars (with Aust/NZ friendly time slots) have been scheduled for the coming weeks. One is for institutions wishing to have a closer look at Glean for the first time. The other webinar is for institutions who have already signed up for the free Glean Pilot for next semester. Lee Chambers from Sonocent UK will be co hosting all the webinars. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the table and will be able to answer a host of questions.
There are repeat times for each webinar so you are welcome to attend either or both sessions of the webinar relevant to you. It's also an ideal opportunity to invite other services on campus to have a closer look at this UDL note taking tool that ALL students can have access to i.e academic support teams, note taking services, study skills tutors, etc When: Various dates throughout August.
National Centre of Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) hosted this webinar. The objective was to learn about the latest technologies for making math accessible to diverse learners. Math is its own language, and the ability to perceive and process the information in math content can be a barrier for some students.
This webinar is the third in our series for the 2020 Review (the Review) of the Disability Standards for Education 2005 (the Standards).
It is for educators and students in tertiary education (including vocational education and training - VET) and higher education.
The interactive webinar will involve: an introduction by Department of Education, Skills and Employment about the Review; a presentation of key themes of the Review; and, the opportunity for you to answer questions live during the webinar to provide your input to the review process. When: Thursday 20 August 2020.