The Center for Excellence in Disabilities (CED) and Academic Innovation are excited to offer this course to ensure that students with disabilities (and all students) receive an equal opportunity for a quality education at schools, colleges and universities.
Cost: $50. 6 Weeks to Complete
The purpose of this online professional development course is to provide teachers, faculty, staff, and administration with information regarding Universal Design for Learning, Assistive Technology, and Accessibility so that students with disabilities in their classrooms, laboratories, offices, and online classes are provided an equal opportunity for a quality education.
This online course will run for 6 weeks starting August 4, 2014 and ending on September 12, 2014. Students can earn 1.2 CEUs upon completion of the course. Course cost will be $50.
Module 1 - Disability Law & Etiquette
Module 2 - Hidden Disabilities
Module 3 - Universal Design for Learning
Module 4 - Assistive Technology
Students can earn 1.2 CEUs upon completion of the course.
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Jeremy Bock, B.S., is a computer engineering technologist working at the Center for Excellence in Disabilities (CED) at West Virginia University. He is a web accessibility expert, and develops the CED website as well as their program websites. He also consults for WVU as part of the WVU Web Accessibility Board to help make all University sites accessible to everyone including those with disabilities. Previously he has worked as a software engineer and consultant in the private sector.Register Online by adding your course to cart through our secure server. You will be receiving email with your online course access information within five working days. Please check your spam or junk folder in case the confirmation email was misplaced there. Call 1-800-253-2762, or email WVUEnrich@mail.wvu.edu if you have any questions. Major credit cards are accepted.