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Spring 2014

Abstract/ Summary

Students with disabilities must be able to access course materials in an equally effective manner. Designing course materials with accessibility in mind allows the University to meet its obligations to students with disabilities.

When making decisions about course accessibility, please consider a variety of aspects of instruction, including selecting accessible texts and other readings (don’t forget Web-based content such as documents and other files), and ensuring that any videos posted online are captioned. These are just some of the important aspects of creating a course that is inclusive to all students.


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