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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

elearning: engaging, dynamic… and AODA compliant?

One of the benefits of CCCE membership is that anyone from your company can attend meetings. Please invite your colleagues.

To accommodate people with allergies to perfume the CCCE asks that attendees arrive scent-free for monthly meetings. 

Join Steve Blane to learn how make elearning engaging and dynamic for all learners while being fully compliant with accessibility best practices and standards.

Designing engaging elearning that is fully accessible starts with knowing what’s required according to AODA standards. So we’ll start there with a quick overview of what you need to know.

From there we’ll look at how to make your Storyline (or any elearning) course fully accessible while discussing workarounds for maintaining features that generally get nixed in the accessible design process like; open navigation landing pages, drag and drop interactions, hotspots, and rollovers.  While the tips are specific to Storyline, you’ll be able to apply the basic principles to other elearning authoring tools.

Learning Objectives:

·         Define best practices for accessible elearning

·         Describe how to make elearning compliant (and engaging).

Speaker Biography

Steve Blane, CTDP is an award winning training consultant and instructional designer with a specialty in (and passion for) elearning. He’s been in the training and development industry for close to 20 years. Steve was the lead designer for two Institute for Performance and Learning design awards (classroom and elearning).    He teaches both instructional design and rapid elearning design at the Schulich School of Business’ Masters Certificate in Adult Training and Development (MCATD).

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Date(s) - 15/02/2017
8:45 am - 11:00 am


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