Faculty and Staff Training
Kent State University provides a wide-range of training and development sessions for faculty to learn more about information and communication technology (ICT) accessibility.
- Digital Accessibility Training, offered by Student Accessibility Services, explores techniques for building accessibility into digital content, details on the closed-captioning process for videos and how to find accessible course materials.
- Online course development training, offered by the Office of Continuing and Distance Education, offers a variety of in-person presentations and workshops, self-paced sessions, and online workshops that support, reinforce, and extend the Kent State Online Framework for designing and developing high quality online courses.
- Technology workshops, offered by TechHelp, provides a wealth of training and demonstrations on applications such as Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Blackboard Collaborate, Qualtrics, Google Apps, Kaltura, and more.
- Web training, offered by University Communications and Marketing, provides training on Drupal, web accessibility and related topics.