Aug 18, 2018  
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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ASP 325 - Universal Design


Description:
Proactive accessibility design for high incidence problems in commercial, leisure, occupational, and personal living spaces. Assistive technology, adapted architecture, differentiated activity. Standards for safety and equity. ADA compliance.  Risk management strategies. Course will be offered every year (Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer).

Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: ASP 305.

Credits: (4)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activities

Assessment

1.Analyze scenarios of interaction for their effective inclusion of people with disabilities and limitation.

Students will read and or observe  scenarios, discuss in class or online.

Graded written paper or quizzes.

2.Define  principles of universal design.

 

Students will complete quizzes
and or individual written assignments.

 Graded quizzes.

3.Identify technological applications useful for designing individual accommodation and  universal access.

Students will write a larger (8-10 pages)analytical paper

Graded small writing assignment.

4. Explain ADA compliance in terms of safety and liability.

 

Students will complete an individual written assignment and or online discussions.

Graded small writing assignment.

5. Outline risk management strategies.

Students will complete an individual written assignment and or online discussions.

Graded written paper.

All learner outcomes will be assessed by a combination of examinations, written essays, and performance assessments.



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