Posted on November 14th, 2019
Course Title: Creating Highly Accessible, Future-Ready Media Spaces
Course Code: CEU-110156
Credit: 0.1 CEU
Type of Presentation: In person
Subject Code Primary: 3. Interior Design Education
Subject Code Secondary: 1. Instruction
Length: 1 hour
Course Provider: mediatechnologies
Technology is changing how information is stored and retrieved. In turn, these changes are transforming the nature of libraries and other media spaces. As physical collections shrink in size, the vacated space is being repurposed in exciting new ways, such as teaching users how to be critical consumers of digital information — or fostering creativity and collaboration through the use of innovative makerspaces.
But as school and public media centers assume new instructional roles, it’ s imperative that they meet the learning needs of all users. This means paying close attention to Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles in the design of these physical spaces. In this presentation, you’ ll learn how the role of media centers is evolving — and how the design of these spaces is changing in kind. You’ ll also learn how to create modern media spaces that are accessible to all learners, including those with special needs.
There is no cost to bring this presentation to your firm.
Please contact Jake Seaver at (231) 861-2194 EXT 414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org