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Distance Education presents many opportunities for open, flexible and accessible learning. There are key considerations when planning courses so that institutions can deliver on the commitment of providing equal access for all learners.
This presentation outlines accessibility considerations when creating courses for a distance education environment, possible barriers and their solutions, how universal design and accessibility are related as well as our responsibilities under Canadian law. Carrie jam packs her sessions and will provide concrete examples and resources for you to take back to your institution
An accessible version is available upon request firstname.lastname@example.org