ACCESSIBLE EDUCATION: 20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course

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Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D. of the University of Washington has created twenty basic guidelines she follows as she develops her own online courses. Although these tips do not cover every potential accessibility issue, they provide a good start.

Read now: 20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course.


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