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Appendix B – Coursework and academic benefits

Appendix B – Coursework and academic benefits

Coursework related:If so, please give examples. Things to consider could include ideas or techniques you have used in later coursework, value in getting a job, ideas or techniques you have used in a job, and influence on your career plans. (If you feel the material has not been valuable, please leave these responses blank.)
Anytime I design anything for courses. 
concept of neuroplasticity, understanding of cognitive science 
Designing large screen interface
Expanded my view to include more accessibility-related topics into my other coursework
FEMA emergency planning
for our final project in cs132, the people we were doing the project for specifically requested we make certain changes based on web accessibility.
Helped with Human-Centered Design class
I definitely think about accessibility, and implementing universal design principles during my other courses
I did a literature review a captstone project on UDL
I find myself checking for accessibility when I do prototypes. Such as checking for contrast, scalability etc. 
I use many, if not all of the general guidelines on universal design that I learned in this course throughout all of the courses I have this semester when creating lesson plans, etc.
In another class, I expanded my study of UDL by writing a literature review of using UDL to make classrooms more welcoming for students of diverse cultural backgrounds.
Inspired a project for another course
Keeping the material in mind made me think of better solutions for some group projects
Placements and other projects
presentations, lesson plans, group projects
Testing my color for backgrounds/text first before implementing
using different headers on a paper
When creating presentation, more understanding of others 
When making considerations about recommendations. Being sure to consider the best solutions for diverse populations as well.

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