Focusing on users with different disabilities, sessions cover digital accessibility topics from the web (technical to tactical), desktop software, mobile apps, eLearning, online gaming, open source innovations, wearables and everything in between.
On October 16 and 17, OCAD University’s Vice-President, Academic Christine Bovis-Cnossen led a delegation at the 2014 Learning Outcomes Symposium, presented by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU).
The two-day symposium focused on how learning outcomes can be used as tools at various levels across an institution. Topics included course and program assessment techniques, curriculum development and mapping, metrics and data collection, graduate and undergraduate assessments, faculty engagement, student success, and credit transfer.
Bovis-Cnossen chaired a workshop led by Faculty of Design Professors Job Rutgers and Paul Epp titled “Learning Outcomes of Design in Action.” The Writing & Learning Centre (WLC) also presented “A Learning Outcomes Based Approach to Writing Across the Curriculum” with Writing and Curriculum Specialist Cary DiPietro, Graphic Design Chair Roderick Grant and WLC Director Susan Ferguson.