Workshop on Adult and Asynchronous Learning

Today I am attending a workshop on adult and asynchronous learning. I’m preparing a course to be taken primarily online by adult learners in late 2017.

I’m looking for information about how adult learners with disabilities fare in programs like this and how to prepare to serve disabled students in this context. So far, I’ve ordered and used this book:

Norman Coombs: Making Online Teaching Accessible

If anyone has any related literature or information, please contact me at mchall@stetson.edu; please also contact me if you want to discuss these or related matters!

I’ve already received some great additional resources from other faculty at Stetson University, including the below:

udl-online-resource

The Accessible Syllabus Project at Tulane

UDL-Universe: A Comprehensive Universal Design for Learning Faculty Development Guide

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