David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 9/13/21

Over 18 months ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well […]

5 great things to try with Apple Clips this year

Apple Clips has been around for a few years now. It’s a clever app for iPad and iPhone for making short video clips that can […]

Background Blur & Accessibility Enhancements: Keep Learning in Focus

In video assignments, background noise includes more than auditory distractions. It also includes visual distractions because wallpaper and cluttered bookshelves can be loud, too.  Worse […]

Experiences of STEM students with Disabilities During the Transition to Emergency Remote Instruction

How accessible is online education? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students across the globe have had to adjust to a new normal as colleges and […]

#638 Jamboard: A digital whiteboard

Jamboard is a free digital whiteboard app by Google. It’s great for collaboration – it autosaves your work and is easy to share with others […]

#GuildChat for 08/27/21: Making Our Work More Accessible

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, August 27 at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is on Making our work more accessible. Accessible learning solutions […]

LearnZone accessibility – Blackboard Ally

Blackboard Ally is an accessibility tool that is integrated into our LearnZone and HE LearnZone sites. Ally provides a raft of tools to help staff […]

Create multiple ways for learners to express what they know – UDL and Moodle

Universal Design for Learning involves using a variety of teaching methods or pedagogical approaches that provide learners with a range of ways to access learning […]

Wayfinding 101: Readability, Consistency, and Communication as Points of Entry for Accessibility

Technology can extend access to content and enrich an educational experience, no doubt. But the flipside is that it can also, unwittingly, create barriers. All […]

The top TEL blog posts in 2020/21

It’s been a year (plus) like no other, but now the academic year is ending there’s a chance for some reflection. I was interested to […]

Using Microsoft Translator

Over the last few years closed captioning has come on in leaps and bounds; Zoom’s built-in closed captioning service can provide instant, accurate captions that […]

Inclusive Math

A fantastic feature in Class Notebook is the ability to create inclusive Math by using the Math tool found in the Draw Ribbon. Math can […]

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