Accessibility Assistance

The Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Online Education can assist instructors with making course materials accessible through university technology and iCollege tools as well as consultations, workshops, and support.

Request an Accommodation:

Visit the Access & Accommodations Center (AACE) for additional information, or contact AACE with any questions or concerns about accommodations.

Course Accessibility Checklist

policies Download our accessibility checklist for online courses to determine whether your online course is following recommendations based on ADA and Section 508 (Americans with Disabilities Act). Download Our Accessibility Checklist for Online Courses

Tools for Creating Accessible Course Materials

The Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Online Education strives to provide university technology and iCollege tools that make learning accessible to each and every student.

Text to Speech – iCollege-integrated tools enabled in every course that read out HTML-created text, PDFs, Word files and more in the course’s content and modules.
Closed Captioning – Human and computer generated captioning available with Kaltura and VoiceThread.
Special Access for Quizzes – Set special access settings for students for your iCollege quizzes.

Classroom Assistive Technology

Instructors can find out more from Campus Disability Services on available resources for classrooms.

Resources for Universal Design

Contact CETLOE for Assistance with Course Accessibility

If you have questions or would like to request more information about how the CETLOE can help you integrate accessibility resources in your course, please let us know:

Request Course Accessibility Information