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Accessibility Resources

Resources to support students and faculty in developing accessible content.

About this guide

This guide is a starting point for both students and faculty to learn about how to create accessible online content for courses.

If you are looking for accessibility support for yourself, please contact the Accessibility Services Office available from this page.

In this guide...

Facilitating Accessibility

Svetlana Kouznetsova discusses access barriers and the importance of web accessibility.

What does Accessibility look like?

A look at the process of making materials accessible to all students. This video also have auditory descrition, a great example of accessible multimedia.