Complete the Module 5: Accessible Meetings & Events checklist to make sure you’ve completed all of the required and additional/optional tasks.
- Required Readings
The required readings for Module 5 will provide you with resources and information to ensure your interviews and future meetings / events will be accessible for all participants. These readings also include accessible checklists. These required reading should be read BEFORE class and BEFORE you conduct your interviews.
- Additional Readings
There are no additional readings for this module.
- Required Watching
The video for Module 5 should be reviewed BEFORE class.
- Optional Watching
There are no optional videos for this week; however there are videos to watch in this week’s online Module: Learning & Intellectual Disabilities.
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 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. This week’s module was adapted from the OMSSA: Guide to Conducting Accessible Meetings – review this guide for more information.
- Module: Learning & Intellectual Disabilities
Complete the Module: Learning & Intellectual Disabilities. This online module will give you a more in depth understanding of these disability sub-types. Students are responsible for completing the module, taking and completing the quiz and participating in one of the group discussions. The QUIZ and the DISCUSSIONS will be graded.
- Interview Video Assignment
Before the next class, October 14, 2016 – Students are required to have their Video Interview Assignment completed and submitted to the dropbox. This assignment has 3 parts:
- Preparation Post (submitted before video is completed to receive feedback)
- Video Interview
- Reflection Post (submitted after video is completed for reflection)
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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