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How Can Backward Design Make My Courses More Accessible?

Presenters: Elizabeth Harrison, PhD, Director and Associate Director, University of Dayton

This course is worth 1 hour (0.1 CEU) of professional development. A certificate of completion can be printed once the program has been completed.


About this Course
Backward design is an effective tool in supporting accessibility. Focusing on what you want students to get out of your course, through backward design, will help you develop creative and accessible assignments that help all students, whether or not they have a disability. Why struggle to remove barriers to learning when you can get things right the first time with backward design?