This course introduces some of the fundamental principles of accessibility and prepares learners for further study in accessibility and inclusive design. Learners will have an opportunity to explore the major types of disabilities and related assistive technology and adaptive strategies, the most salient contours of the legal landscape, and the major principles that guide universal design and accessible content creation. Spotlight guest videos will highlight firsthand perspectives on disability, as well as topics like disability etiquette, universal design and universal design for learning, accommodation in higher education, campus accessibility policy, and accessibility in a corporate setting.
An Introduction to Accessibility and Inclusive DesignUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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TOP REVIEWS FROM AN INTRODUCTION TO ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSIVE DESIGN
Not as much directly related to software design as I expected, but then again design is not necessarily software design.
Best course to go for. Only problem I had faced with the peer review. I got failed four times for no reason. People are not co-operative. But finally made it!
I learned SO much! Still considering my path in terms of a career but I know that whatever I do, I will carry what I learned with me and put it to good use! Thank you:)
Valuable knowledge about how accessibility and inclusive design is beneficial for all. Highly recommend if going into field of technology and design.
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