Digital Accessibility Advocate Micro-credential
The Digital Accessibility Advocate micro-credential is earned upon completion of the three programs in the suite (Foundations, Planning, Application) and the participant’s demonstrated ability to implement digital accessibility concepts, develop a course of actions to overcome challenges and promote digital accessibility within their area of influence.
What can you do with this micro-credential?
- Identify gaps in departmental digital accessibility best practices.
- Develop and refine an actionable plan to implement digital accessibility.
- Facilitate conversations and dialogue around digital accessibility issues.
- Develop a value structure and appreciation for digital accessibility.
- Apply web accessibility decision-making to different scenarios.
- Establish a critical lens of accessibility within area of influence.
- UCO faculty, staff, student employees and graduate students
- Can be earned upon completion of the first three Digital Accessibility micro-credentials.
- Those interested should email email@example.com for registration information.
- This micro-credential is sponsored by UCO's Center for eLearning and Connected Environments (CeCE) at no cost to participants.
What is a micro-credential?
Micro-credentials provide new opportunities to demonstrate specific knowledge, skills and abilities in ways that create a more complete picture of your capabilities. Upon successful completion and verification of the micro-credential requirements, you will be issued a digital badge that can be displayed and verified online, such as on resumes or professional social media profiles. Digital micro-credentials can provide another way to demonstrate your achievement of competencies and allows you to clearly communicate your capabilities to others.