This workshop focuses on applying the principles of Universal Design in Learning (UDL) to class-based and professional presentations to improve accessibility. We will cover visual design in PowerPoint, body language and tone, and strategies to effectively convey information to a variety of audiences. If you have a presentation you’re working on, please bring it along for the hands-on portion of the workshop. We will also provide a sample presentation for practice. Presented by Alice McGrath, Post-doc for Accessibility at Penn Libraries, and Dan Chung, CWiC Advisor.
Related LibGuide: Butler Assistive Technology Room by Lori Rowland