How can we ensure that online learning is inclusive for all students, regardless of disability or condition? It’s time we evaluate if our institution’s courses and degree programs support ease of access and align with student demands. During this webinar, you’ll hear from experts on how to support accessibility in online learning.
Join Elisabeth Greenwood, Instructional Technology Specialist and active member of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice group at the University of Central Florida, and Jordan Adair, Vice President of Product at Honorlock, for a deep dive into the importance of laying a foundation of accessibility for today’s students. We’ll discuss:
- What accessibility means in higher education today
- How Honorlock has been instrumental in supporting accessibility
- The importance of designing & building online programs with accessibility at the forefront
- How to conduct an accessibility audit of your online learning technology
Instructional Technology Specialist at University of Central Florida
Elisabeth Greenwood is an Instructional Technology Specialist at the Center for Distributed Learning, University of Central Florida. Joining UCF in 2006, she heads the technical support team for online courses at UCF and provides faculty consultation and training. Elisabeth works closely with Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice at UCF, with an emphasis on student accessibility and accommodations for online courses.
Jordan AdairVP of Product @Honorlock
Jordan Adair is the VP of Product at Honorlock that leads product development initiatives. Jordan believes in delivering a solution that empowers instructors and improves the student experience. He began his career in education as an elementary and middle school teacher. Jordan has a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations from Florida Atlantic University.
Allison LaskeAccount Executive at Honorlock
With more than 15 years of experience within Higher Education, Allison serves as the Account Executive for the Northeast region. In her role, Allison partners with institutions dedicated to improving student learning through their test-taking experience. Prior to Allison’s time in EdTech, she served students in roles as Learning Specialist and Academic Advisor from a large R1 University to a small private Jesuit campus. Throughout her on-campus experience, Allison supported students beginning with their incoming student journey all the way to graduation through Summer Bridge Programs, mentoring and tutoring programs, study skill success courses and countless workshops. Allison earned her Master of Science in Higher Education from Syracuse University and her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from SUNY Buffalo.
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