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Screenshot for Universal Design of Instruction (UDI): Definition, Principles, Guidelines, and Examples
This webpage, from the DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) website, provides information about Universal Design of Instruction (UDI), including a definition, principles, guidelines, and examples.  The definition of UDI "... is the design of teaching and learning products and environments to be usable by all people,...
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This webinar, made available by Internet Scout Research Group, features Rachel Bower and Luis Perez discussing how institutions can increase the accessibility of high quality materials for learners with disabilities. The presentation is geared towards all educators in order to make designing for accessibility easy to understand and implement...
Screenshot for Rooted in Rights Guide to Creating Accessible Videos:
This guide is focused on creating accessible videos and is provided by Rooted In Rights, a video production organization run through Disability Rights Washington. The guide outlines how to create accessible videos, and provides resources, examples, and instructions on captions, audio description, transcripts, video players, and accessible...
Screenshot for Teaching Deaf Students Online: New 2-Hour Course Can Help Educators Learn the Basics
Teaching Deaf Students Online, a new self-paced professional development course, can help you adapt your online courses to ensure that they are accessible and inclusive. It is now available in the free online learning library of the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC). In just two hours, gain a basic understanding of accessible...
Screenshot for How to Make an Accessible Spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel
This series of videos, published by the United States General Services Administration, provide guidance on creating accessible spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel. The series includes 11 modules that cover the following topics: Introduction & Background, Using Built-in Features to Organize Content and Ensure Logical Reading Order, Ensuring the Contrast...
Screenshot for How to Author and Test Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations for Accessibility
This series of videos, published by the United States General Services Administration, provide guidance on how to "author and test Microsoft PowerPoint presentations for accessibility". The series includes 14 modules that cover the following topics: Introduction & Background, Creating the Presentations Layout Design and Establishing the Logical...
Screenshot for How to Test and Remediate PDFs for Accessibility Using Adobe Acrobat DC
This series of videos, published by the United States General Services Administration, provide guidance on how to "test and remediate PDFs for accessibility with Adobe Acrobat DC". The series includes five modules that cover the following topics: Introduction & Background, What is a PDF, Testing a PDF for Accessibility, Remediating PDFs for...
Screenshot for How to Make an Accessible Document in Microsoft Word
This series of videos, published by the United States General Services Administration, provide guidance on creating accessible documents in Microsoft Word. The series includes 14 modules that cover the following topics: Introduction & Background, Save as a Word Document (.docx) with a Descriptive Filename, Use Styles to Create Headings, Use...
Screenshot for Executive Functioning in Online Environments
This webpage, made available by CAST, Inc., provides information on how educators can support executive functioning in online learning environments. Executive functioning is defined as "a term used to describe a set of cognitive capabilities that influence behaviors" that includes: setting appropriate goals planning and...
Screenshot for BCcampus Open Education: Accessibility Toolkit (2nd Edition)
This toolkit, made available by BCcampus, is on online and open access textbook that provides "resources for each content creator, instructional designer, educational technologist, librarian, administrator, and teaching assistant to create a truly open textbook - one that is free and accessible for all students." The book is organized into two main...