Accessibility in Specific Tools
Where do I start?
In general, accessibility accommodations depends on the type of content
- If you use videos, they may need to be captioned
- If you use ANGEL, you can use the tools in the HTML editor to create accessible content
- If you use PowerPoint, they can be optimized with a few simple techniques
Use the links on this page to learn more about how to provide accessibility for different content types and audiences
Is there a syllabus statement on accessibility?
Yes. The text is available on the Syllabus Statement page of this site.
Do I need to worry about accessibility if none of my students need accommodations?
There are a few reasons why accessibility experts recommend thinking about accessibility issues ahead of time.
It's typically less stressful to accessify content over a period of time rather than everything at the last minute. Many fixes are quickly implemented once the skills are learned.
Most accommodations benefit multiple audiences and enhance online content usability. For instance, clarifying the destination of a link benefits all students.
Who can I contact for more information?
For more information you can contact these sources
- Office of Disability Services
- Disability Contact Liaisons (DCL) by Campus
- Technology Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
- University Libraries Adaptive Technology and Services
- Assistive Technology Labs