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Experience What It’s Like to Learn Online with a Disability

PHOTO: UFIT trainer teaching at the College of Nursing podium

Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans have a disability? Your colleague or student may have a visual, hearing, motor, or cognitive impairment that limits activities, including the ability to learn and engage online. This is why content creators cannot let accessibility be an afterthought when creating learning materials. In Accessibility UX, participants learn about the legal obligation to accommodate disabilities, review Web Content Accessibility Guidelines that drive how assistive technologies interact with electronic content, and test websites for accessibility. Participants also try out a JAWS screen reader to experience navigating and reading web pages. This two-hour workshop is free and taught by UFIT accessibility training experts. The fall 2019 offering of Accessibility UX is:

Wednesday, November 13, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Location: Hub 221
Registration Link:
UF-Main Campus EmployeesUF-Health Employees

Accessibility UX can also be delivered on-site at a department’s request. UFIT is offering several training opportunities in November, including workshops on VoiceThread, Survey Design Basics, and Zoom. (Visit to learn more.) Anyone with questions about UFIT Training, including requesting a course or scheduling a custom training, may call (352-273-4907) or email the Center for Instructional Training and Technology Training group.