SubscribeRSS FeedItunes | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneInConnect@topcastnow (Use #topcastnow)Email Topcast Get More TOPcastEpisode 41: Big & Good: Will the Iron Triangle Allow for Both?Episode 40: “Boost Your Online Program Enrollment with this One Tip!” (aka Marketing of Online Programs)Episode 39: Introducing the Teaching Online Preparation ToolkitEpisode 38: Storytelling and Empathy in Online EducationEpisode 37: 6 Deadly Sins of Online Teaching View AllPosted on January 3, 2017March 30, 2018 by Jonathan PizzoEpisode 21: Accessibility: It’s a Journey, Not a Destination About Episode 21:Ensuring the accessibility of content and interactions by all learners must be a priority for online education professionals. In this episode, hosts Tom and Kelvin consider the ongoing, multi-faceted challenge of facilitating accessibility. https://media.blubrry.com/ucf_topcast/p/cdl.ucf.edu/staticfiles/topcast/topcast-221.mp3Podcast (teaching-online-podcast): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Download Transcript [PDF, RTF]Episode 21 Show Notes:Episode Synopsis via Twitter Widget not in any sidebarsView complete list of episode highlights via Twitter Image: UCF’s “Parthenon” Accessibility Support ModelCoffee LinksCoffee Profile: Dunkin Donuts (featured in this episode)Content LinksUCF’s “Parthenon” Model for Supporting AccessibilityJournal article: “Programmatic, Systematic, Automatic: An Online Course Accessibility Support Model” (from UCF)UCF’s Automated Accessibility Checker (UDOIT) for the Instructure Canvas LMSVideo: Introduction to UDOIT by UCF Developer Jacob BatesScreenshot of Accessibility Charts-and-Graphs Data Report (from UCF’s Executive Information System)UCF’s Faculty-Facing Resources for Online AccessibilityUCF’s Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS)30 min. recording with resources: “Creating Accessible Content in the Online Course Environment““Dropping the Ball on Disabilities” (from Inside Higher Ed)New Era for Disability Rights” (from Inside Higher Ed)“Do Closed Captions Help Students Learn?” (from WCET Frontiers Blog by guest author Dr. Katie Linder)Discussion of Michigan State University’s Web Accessibility Work within Episode 27 of Innovation Labcast (starts at 24:04)Like what you see? Tell the world!