The document linked above is a collaborative online assessment and evaluation plan for a system-wide accessibility program.
After considering the instructional problem and learner characteristics, a learning environment with two major components was envisioned. The first would be a synchronous online workshop encompassing multiple technologies. The second would be an asynchronous follow-up activity hosted on an online discussion forum.
We outlined a design and evaluation plan for a workshop titled Information, Materials, and Technology (IMT) Accessibility Program Training. I drafted the body of our paper during meetings, co-edited the document, and took the lead in laying out the case scenarios within this program.
This document was part of a collaborative effort between myself, Jill Haynes, and Susannah Finley.
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