Free Training Resources

Live virtual training sessions

The CDA offers 45-minute live virtual training sessions to the University community on the second Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. and at other times upon request. The topic changes monthly.

Next session

Exploring AI in Digital Accessibility
April 10, 2024 from 2–2:45 p.m.

This session is designed to provide a foundational understanding of how generative AI tools can enhance the accessibility of digital content for all users. We will:

  • Introduce the basics of AI technology and its relevance to digital accessibility
  • Share practical examples of AI applications that can support diverse needs
  • Discuss the importance of Universal Design for Learning, and how AI can assist in creating more accessible content
  • Offer insights into the ethical considerations and potential risks associated with AI

Join us to learn, ask questions, and explore how AI can make the digital world more accessible for everyone.

Presenter: Michael Hernandez, Instructional Designer in Academic Technology Solutions

Recorded training videos and resources

Improve your digital accessibility skills and understanding by exploring our collection of recorded training videos and resources.