eLearning offering additional drop-in availability about D2L accessibility in each division

The eLearning Department will travel around the divisions to offer in-person, drop-in accessibility help to faculty throughout the semester.

eLearning can help faculty review and revise their D2L courses and materials. The drop-in sessions are available in each academic area and in the eLearning office in TLC 427. These division hours are in addition to eLearning’s usual drop-in options. No appointment necessary!

Other training opportunities include Academic Office HoursCome See Us Sessions, the CMS Accessibility Checklist and Revision Plan training (available face-to-face through the CTE or online through D2L) and accessibility workshops through the CTE.

Be sure to visit the accessibility section of the eLearning Instructor Resource Site for more information and resources relating to accessibility, and check out the How eLearning Can Help With D2L Accessibility video to assist in creating accessible learning experiences in D2L.