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Dr. Shelby Miller, Ph.D.
- Member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals
- 14 years in Higher Education
- 5+ years teaching Linguistics, Composition, and Leadership
- 9 years in Student Affairs
If you’re tired of jumping website to website trying to find information and instructions on how to make your courses ADA compliant – then look no further! THADA assists educators in offering ADA compliant instruction for their online and face-to-face courses. Creating a truly ADA functional course takes a great deal of time and resources that you may not have. We’re here to help!
Accessible Instruction Benefits Every Student
Many students have limitations that are not covered under the ADA, but accessible instruction helps minimizes their struggle in the classroom.
Did you know?
men are Colorblind.
(National Eye Institute)
of adults use some sort of vision correction.
(The Vision Council)
of Americans are far sighted.
(e.g., have trouble reading; The Vision Council)
college students have hearing loss or hidden hearing loss that impacts their ability to discern speech. (Le Prell, Hensley, Campbell, Hall & Guire, 2012; Liberman, Epstein, Cleveland, Wang, & Maison; 2016)
Learn tips and tricks for making ADA accessible and inclusive instructional materials.
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