If you want to create documents that can be read and understood by most people, you should be following sound accessibility strategies. When you look at a document, you may think you are getting accessibility right. You should make sure by using an accessibility checker. In this post, I am going to share how to use Microsoft Word’s accessibility checker as well as Google Docs’ accessibility checker, Grackle Docs. Continue reading
I just got back from the 2018 Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference. Lots of great session in sunny San Diego. There were plenty of great tips that can be used to help SUNY JCC get to the next level. Here are the sessions I attended: Continue reading
For my last session for the Wyoming Innovations in Learning conference, I attended Patricia Pulliam’s presentation on Practices for a Synchronous Classroom. In this presentation, Pulliam led a discussion around the lessons she learned delivering instruction in a web meeting format. Continue reading
During one of the sessions at the Wyoming Innovations in Learning conference, Rebecca Velikaneye of Wheatland Middle School explained how she was using virtual reality (VR) with her students. VR is a technology that is on the rise in education.
While attending the Wyoming Innovations in Learning conference, I sat in on a presentation focusing on active learning strategies for online courses given by Tim Kochery, a Senior Instructional Designer at Laramie County Community College. He began his presentation by defining active learning. Continue reading