Digital Accessibility News
This is the third year of our 5-Year Digital Accessibility Plan. Our training focus is on Documents. Faculty have several ways to receive training on how to make their documents more accessible. Our Coordinator of Digital Accessibility, Mary Vance, has created several tutorials for faculty. Faculty may reference these as they work to remediate their course documents. Faculty may also sign up for training with Mary Vance. She is offering face-to-face one-on-one training or she can meet with a group. Please consider visiting our Digital Accessibility Resources page to find the valuable resources Mary has created as well as sign up for training.
DCCC has become a Quality Matters (QM) member. We recently have begun a Quality Matters pilot project with the Criminal Justice program. Our pilot includes getting David Whitehead and Amy Archambault certified to teach the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) course and training our Quality Assessment Panel members and Criminal Justice faculty on the QM rubric. Our pilot team will be sharing at Academic Program and Services meetings during Fall 2018. The Quality Assessment Panel members are: Peggy Grotberg, Gloria Johnson, Alison Pearce, and Elizabeth Schenck. The Criminal Justice Faculty participating in our pilot project are: Randy Patterson and John Allen.