Introduction to Designing Inclusive and Accessible Content
This course introduces designers and artists to fundamental concepts in inclusive design. Topics include creating accessible online content, captioning and describing video, and an introduction to the social opportunities of inclusive design.
Students should gain an understanding of best practices in creating digital media that complies with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). In-class course is held in OCAD U's computer lab using the latest software.
This course is offered in partnership with OCAD University to offer a wide range of courses for enhancing your career expertise in web, design, photography, analytics, and technology.
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As a student, you will receive an OCAD U user account, which will grant you access to the OCAD U learning management system, called Canvas. Your Canvas account will be enabled one week prior to the start date of your course. Login at canvas.ocadu.ca.
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- Reasons for digital inclusion, including awareness of relevant regional legislation
- Considerations for the design of accessible online media
- Software and online tools, guidelines and methodologies for digital media inclusion
- 6 online classroom sessions
- Rob Harvie
Please note that courses may be cancelled at any time due to low enrolment. Upon cancellation, registrants will receive a full refund.