There are certain accommodations that you should consider when presenting information to learners, in order to make the learning accessible to everyone. Discover issues that may arise, as well as different ways that you can improve the presentation of information, in person or online, and make the learning more accessible.
- [Voiceover] In this chapter we're going to take a look…at some of the situations in which we may need…to implement accommodations to make learning accessible.…We'll take a look at potential accommodations…for presentations, student responses,…the setting in which learning takes place…as well as the timing,…and there's a complete chapter dedicated…to making learning accessible when using technology.…In this video we'll take a look at accommodations…you should consider when presenting information.…When presenting, it's important to consider the audience…as well as factors such as any disabilities,…vision, hearing, attention deficit disorder, or others.…
And even factors such as the age of the audience.…An older audience may not have as good a vision or hearing…as a younger audience.…Now when delivering in-person presentations,…there are important considerations.…First, will everybody be able to see any visuals…or text that's being presented?…This is where you want to make sure…that images and text are large enough.…
- What is accessible learning?
- Accommodating different needs, from vision impairments to lack of digital access
- Adapting presentations, responses, and timing
- Using an LMS to make learning more accessible
- Adding alt text to images
- Adding closed captioning to videos