Description: Experiential-based capstone course. Accessibility competence demonstrated in portfolio and capstone project. Laboratory time will include a variety of service learning, professional visits, and applied practical experience. Strategies for engaging stakeholders in trouble-shooting accommodations. Permission by department. Course will be offered every year. Course will not have an established pattern.
Prerequisites: Co- or prerequisite: ASP 435.
Learner Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Identify common barriers to inclusive information in terms of content and medium.
Analyze rhetorical implications of accessible information design.
Define and illustrate guidelines.
Identify and assess technological applications useful for making information accessible.
Interpret policy and law as applied to making advertising and other public communication accessible.
Outline stakeholder responsibilities and interactions.