Do you need help with the accessibility and instructional design of your iLearn course? I can evaluate your course and assist you with the creation of your materials to ensure it's availability to all students. I am also available to assist faculty and students with assistive technology software and other products.

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Cindy Compeán email: ccompean@csumb.edu, Media Learning Center Room138

 

 

Course Accessibility- TOP Things To Do

  1. Order textbooks and course readers early.

  2. Learn how to make course materials accessible; take training!

  3. Provide syllabi in electronic format including a statement to discuss individual learning needs.

  4. Post instructional materials in electronic form online that are clean and easily readable.

  5. Use captioned videos whenever possible.

  6. Make sure  pictures, tables and graphs in electronic format have alt (descriptive) text.

Resources to help you create accessible documents and more.

Accessibility Academy AMT101 -Accessible Materials Training in iLearn. Login with your otter id

NCDAE Accessibility Cheat Sheets

Accessible Instructional Material - Tutorials Videos

Assistive Technology Resources

Captioning

Accessibility Tutorials for Microsoft Products

Creating Accessible Microsoft Office 10 Documents

2014 WebAIM http://webaim.org/articles/

Faculty Strategies  Working Together: Faculty and Students with Disabilities Flexibility and effective communication between student and instructor are key in approaching accommodations. With basic knowledge you will be better prepared to ask students to clarify their needs and to discuss accommodation requests.

Assess the Accessibility of your course

How Accessible is your iLearn Course?

How Accessible is your Instruction?

Web2Access Evaluation Form

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