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TLC hot take: March 2021

March 2, 2021
Posted In: ATSU News

To establish a welcoming atmosphere in online spaces where students feel their experiences are valued, educators can benefit from these inclusive practices through digital accessibility. In episode #293 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast, Christina Moore discusses this important topic while suggesting practical tips and resources to identify and remove barriers to creating inclusive teaching and learning atmospheres. One useful take away is the Digital Accessibility Checklist. While not an exhaustive list, we invite you to use this checklist to consider the accessibility of your own digital content. 

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