Article courtesy of UniversityBusiness.com
To address inclusivity issues on digital course content, colleges and university teams from across the country gathered last week to see if they could provide some solutions through Blackboard’s second-annual Fix Your Content Day Challenge. As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, some 115 institutions faced off in a 24-hour race to the finish to see which could deliver the most fixes.
Rounding out the top 10 by fixes per students were: Concordia University in Texas, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, Central Georgia Technical College and Kansas City (Kansas) Community College. Teams from those technical schools and community colleges found more than some large institutions in the friendly competition in terms of total fixes and fixes per students – including several from the Cal State University system, the University of Florida and University of Alabama and institutions overseas.
Read the full article here: Colleges fix 100,000 files to make digital content accessible