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In producing educational media, efforts must be made to provide equivalent content for students who cannot engage the material via sight or sound: for audio-only, a transcript; for video, closed captions and audio descriptions. Proactively incorporating accessibility into your course design and development processed will ensure access for all students. View the list below of resources and tools available to assist in this process.

Enhancing Course Accessibility

A comprehensive list designed to serve as a quick reference for some of the most important issues and adjustments that you should make in your courses to accommodate students with disabilities.  

Media Accessibility

While the use of media can be an effective mode for engaging students with course content, it can burden students with disabilities. In producing educational media, efforts must be made to provide equivalent content for students who cannot engage the material via sight or sound: for audio-only, a transcript; for video, closed captions and audio descriptions. Explore the resources provided to making your media accessible.

Zoom Accessibility

How accessible is Zoom? This document outlines some of the issues that could arise and alternative methods to solve accessibility issues within the platform. 

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