Caitlin Cornell, CeLTA’s Assistant Director, has compiled a list of helpful basics to consider when you’re working to make your online language courses more accessible. The list includes some easy-to-implement accessibility habits that will make materials and content more accessible to second/foreign language learners with disabilities, and Caitlin includes some commentary to help you with some decision-making as you continue in your journey to make language learning more accessible for diverse student groups. Check out her piece as well as all the informative offerings related to online language teaching in the July issue of the FLTMAG!
Accessibility Essentials for Online Language Teaching
- Post published:July 20, 2020
- Post category:Accessibility / CeLTA
Categories: Accessibility / CeLTA