9:00 am - 9:50 am Central Time
Designing a 10-Day Accessibility Challenge for Faculty: Engaging and Educating on Digital Accessibility Best Practices
Tracy Stuntz, Instructional Designer, Clovis College
In this conference session, attendees will learn how to create a 10-day accessibility challenge specifically for faculty at a community college. The focus will be on ways to engage and educate faculty on digital accessibility best practices. The session will cover topics such as selecting the 10 "challenges" and activities and strategies for promoting participation and success. Participants will leave with an understanding of how to implement a 10-day accessibility challenge for their own faculty, as well as tips for measuring its impact. Join us to learn how to make a lasting impact on the accessibility of online course content for all students.
Tracy Stuntz is a passionate advocate for digital accessibility and inclusive design. As a faculty instructional designer, she aims to provide faculty with support and guidance on course design, assessment strategies, and the importance of accessibility. Tracy has an Ed.D from Fresno State, an MS in instructional design, and an MA in Communication. She was a part-time instructor for many years before starting work as an instructional designer, so she understands some of the hardships the classroom can present!