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...
This two-part video, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, is presented in American Sign Language by Howard Rosenblum, a disabilities rights lawyer. The videos describe the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and how it applies to postsecondary education. The first video runs 32:56 minutes in length and describes the ADA in...
This website provides information on "everything related to accessibility and Apple devices." The website is divided into the following categories: Accessibility Apps, Accessories, Videos & Podcasts, Resources, and Contact. The Accessibility Apps category includes information about and links to download accessibility apps for Apple products. This...
This website, made available by UDL for Teachers, provides information for teachers on applying universal design in their classrooms in order to make their teaching more accessible. The website feature three introductory videos with the following titles: An Introduction to Universal Design, Case Studies in Universal Design, Case Studies in...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, includes information about customizing display options for an optimal reading experience on web browsers. This resource can be shared with students to assist them with finding the reading preferences that work best for them. The following preferences and tools are...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, explains the many free text to speech options that are available on devices students may already own. Text to speech can be helpful for a number of readers: those who struggle with reading, those with visual impairments, and those who speak English as a second language. All...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Education Materials, provides information for instructors on how to create high-quality videos that engage learners and support understanding. Lighting, sound and other aspects of creating videos for instruction are discussed in these resources. Content is available in multiple formats for...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, includes information and tutorial videos on three different workflows for captioning video. Depending on skill level, users can choose from one of these workflows: editing the automatic YouTube captions, uploading a transcript and letting YouTube add the timing to create...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Educational Resources, is a resource that instructors and students can use to learn about tools for making math content accessible to all learners. "This resource focuses on the use of text-to-speech, handwriting and speech recognition [,] and other supports." Tools include EquatIO, Microsoft...
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Education Materials, provides information about the EPUB format. EPUB is a format for creating accessible digital publications that work well on mobile devices. On this page, instructors can learn about the advantages of choosing EPUB over other formats such as PDF, and how to create an EPUB...
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