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Our web events provide insight into digital engagement trends, higher education’s future and ways of harnessing technology to serve students’ professional and personal enrichment needs, now and forever.
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How to Make Your Higher Education Website More Accessible
August 4 at 2 PM ET | 11 AM PT
Digital accessibility compliance means that differently-abled people can access and navigate your website. This increases your site’s potential audience, which translates into more potential students—and ultimately an increase in enrollment.
On the flip side, the consequences of inaccessibility are considerable. Legal fees for higher ed institutions involved in accessibility lawsuits can approach $1 million—and schools that aren’t compliant have experienced 17 times the number of lawsuits from students with disabilities.
This webinar highlights how personalization positively impacts your school’s digital accessibility. You’ll learn:
- 5 steps to solve common accessibility issues
- The importance of WCAG standards
- How personalization supports digital accessibility
Becoming and staying accessible requires constant monitoring of your college or university website. This webinar will help you get on the right path to maintaining your website’s compliance with ADA standards.
JR Severn, Team Lead, Development, Modern Campus
Opportunities and Obstacles: Microcredentialing in Higher Education
August 11 at 2 PM ET | 11 AM PT
Microcredentials and other forms of alternative credentialing have captured the imagination
of higher education leaders at colleges and universities across North America. To
better-understand the direction of the space, Modern Campus partnered with the University
Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) to develop Shifting Paradigms:
Understanding Institutional Perspectives on Microcredentialing.
In this webinar, three higher education leaders will sit down with the Editor in Chief of The EvoLLLution to discuss the research findings and share their own insights into how colleges and universities can maximize the potential of microcredentialing at their institutions.
Michael Torrence | President, Motlow State Community College
Jennifer Bott | Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Western Michigan University
Marc Austin | Executive Director of Professional Education and Academic Ventures, George Mason University
Amrit Ahluwalia | Editor in Chief, The EvoLLLution: A Modern Campus Illumination