Accessibility Presentation

by | Oct 28, 2016 | Accessibility | 0 comments

This week some members of my FLC presented at an MSU Academic Advancement Network (AAN; formerly FOD) Teaching and Learning seminar (formerly Lilly seminars). We had a great group of participants. I have recently been introduced to the idea of sketchnotes – where you draw your notes instead of simply writing words (think, infographic style). I am interested in learning more about this process, but I am also hesitant because I am rarely happy with my illustrations the first time through, and they do take me some time to complete. Combine that with the fact that I haven’t played much with combining text and drawing on my tablet, and there is going to be a learning curve.

So I decided to try to sketchnote my blog post today to practice this skill a bit. My handwriting on the tablet could use a little improving, but overall I feel it hits on the main points.

Please see the linked text file in the blog post for a description

And to be accessible, you can read a text description of the image.



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