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7 Things You Should Know About Universal Design for Learning
April 6, 2015

Universal Design for Learning is a framework for the design of materials and instructional methods that are usable by a wide range of students. One aim of UDL is to provide full access …

7 Things You Should Know About IT Accessibility
August 13, 2014

IT accessibility is the ongoing process by which an organization ensures its current and future IT can be used effectively by everyone , including individuals with disabiliti…

House Bill Would Impose Accessibility Standards on Technology in Education
January 23, 2014

On November 15, Representative Tom Petri (R-WI) introduced legislation requiring all universities and postsecondary educational facilities make all electronic instructional materials used in thei…

A Journey to Accessibility: Temple University's University-Wide Accessible Information and Technology Initiative Implementation
September 30, 2014 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference

During this session, learn how Temple University is implementing an Accessible Information and Technology initiative consisting of university-wide policy, standards, and guidelines for instructio…

Increasing iPad Usability for Digital Literacy in Under-Represented Communities
July 1, 2013

Key Takeaways After receiving 10 iPads , the library staff at Winston-Salem State University wanted to increase the devices' usability as a supplemental instructional tool, s…

Higher Education in the Ultra-Connected Age
April 25, 2013

New forms of scholarship, new educational pathways , and new interconnections and dependencies characterize the digitally rich landscape of higher education today. We are living and workin…

To Maus or Not to Maus: Technically, That Is the Question
May 6, 2013

Key Takeaways What should a Maus book owner do when he can't access the multiple copies he owns on all his various devices, including the newest, an iPad ? In …

Inclusive Teaching and Learning Practices: Applications of Universal Design
April 1, 2013

Most postsecondary faculty and administrators desire to make teaching and learning opportunities engaging for all students, but many do not feel fully prepared to ensure that their offerings are …

Accessibility: Front and Center
April 1, 2013

Bruce Maas is the Vice Provost for Information Technology and CIO at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Earlier in my career, I had the privilege of working closely with two facu…

Online Learning with Students, Staff, and Faculty with Disabilities: Knowing the Legal Landscape of Web Accessibility
December 10, 2012

Join Malcolm Brown, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative director, and Veronica Diaz, ELI associate director, as they moderate this webinar with Cyndi Rowland. Institutions of higher education want to us…