Complete the Module 1: Legislation checklist to make sure you’ve completed all of the required and additional/optional tasks.
- Required Reading
The required readings for Module 1: Legislation provides an overview of the AODA and a look at how Mohawk College is meeting these requirements to ensure the College is an accessible and inclusive environment for students and staff. Additionally, Mohawk College’s Accessibility Website and Accessible Campus Website provide resources and supports all pertaining to the AODA – give the websites a scan. These readings and websites should be reviewed BEFORE your first class.
- Additional Readings
The additional or optional readings are provided to support further learning on the AODA / IASR. These readings are not required of you; however they may benefit your research for interviews or content development.
- Required Watching
The required watching video provides a quick overview (6:27) of who benefits from the implementation of the AODA / IASR and why it’s important that Mohawk College students begin to implement the standards. The video should be reviewed BEFORE your first class.
- Optional Watching
The additional or optional videos for watching are provided to support further learning on the AODA / IASR. These videos are not required of you; however they may benefit your research for interviews or content development.
Each week the PowerPoint being presented in class will be provided in advance for your consideration and support your note taking efforts. The PowerPoint does not provide all of the information, notes will be required of each student. Participation in class activities will support learning and understanding, please make sure you attend all classes.
- AODA Customer Service Training
The AODA Customer Service Training is a 30 minute tutorial that will provide you with the information required of the AODA: Customer Service Standard. At the end of the tutorial you will be provided with a Certificate of Completion that you can include in your portfolio and resume. This module has a graded QUIZ.
Create journalism content using Universal Design which will be accessible in all formats including digital audio, video, and print media, and web content. Articulate the disability perspective through integrated learning opportunities applicable to the field of journalism. Identify the principles and practices of pertinent legislation and standard Web guidelines. Demonstrate the appropriate professionalism.
Module 1: Legislation
Module 2: Disability Perspective
Module 3: Alternative Communication
Module 4: Assistive Technologies
Module 5: Accessible Meetings & Events
Module 6: Video Captioning
Module 7: Document Accessibility - Word
Module 8: Document Accessibility - PDF
Module 9 - Web Accessibility
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