Making our content more accessible is not only a requirement under Section 508, but it is better for all our students and staff. It is the responsibility of each member of the organization to help make our information more accessible for everyone. Let’s make the State Center Community College District an example of good practice.
Accessibility training will be provided to all District staff and you should attend if you:
California Community College Technology Center Presents:
Training on: Friday, October 25, 2019
Location: Herndon Campus, HC-106
Description: This training is specifically for faculty and will focus on accessibility in Microsoft Word and Canvas. Come learn how to create an accessible syllabus and create accessible content in Canvas. Extra resources will be provided for captioning in 3CMedia. There are two training sessions offered and both are identical sessions. Please register for only one of the two training sessions offered:
Register for Canvas Accessibility Workshop Morning Session - 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Register for Canvas Accessibility Workshop Afternoon Session - 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Liezl Madrona, M.Ed. in Learning Design & Technology, is an Instructional Designer Accessibility Specialist for the Accessibility Center, grant-funded by the California Community Colleges (CCC) Chancellor’s Office and hosted at Butte College. Liezl focuses on designing and developing online self-paced accessibility micro-courses for professional development.
Liezl previously worked with the California Virtual Campus-Online Education Initiative (CVC-OEI) as an instructional designer extensively working with faculty one-one to develop responsive, accessible, and innovative instructional online courses. She also partnered with the CCC Chancellor’s Office, Health Services Association, and the Mental Health & Wellness Association to develop Wellness Central, a self-paced course for students to gain information and access to state and local resources for mental and health wellness. She enjoys adding gamification elements and multiple methods of instructional delivery in her courses to promote inclusive and engaging learning experiences.