You are required to make materials ADA compliant if a student requests an accommodation in online and face-to-face courses. Being proactive and making those materials complaint at the time of creation is often easier and less time consuming than trying to retrofit them later. In addition, practicing the principles of Universal Design means that complaint materials are good for all students not just for those who need accommodations.

A Personal Look at Accessibility in Higher Education:

WebAIM has created a checklist to see if your online classes are compliant:

For more information on ADA compliance please contact Richard Leslie @ 8382 or email Richard Leslie.

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