Please review the links below on universal design and creating accessible content. You are invited to contact email@example.com to get specific help on how to create content or to request a workshop for your department.
- Federal Law requires all content to be accessible to students with disabilities.
- It is the responsibility of the content creator(instructor) to design accessible content. There is not an on-campus resource for converting content for instructors.
- All content should be made accessible when delivered to a group where the functional limitations are not known, or someone in the group needs an accessible version.
- Planning for accessibility from the beginning is an order of magnitude easier, both in time and money, than fixing it after the fact.
Quick Guide for Designing Accessible Content
- Accessibility at NC State
- Accessibility Quick Guide
- Accessibility Tutorials
- Captioning Grant
- Instructional Consultation through DELTA
- Quick videos on making Microsoft products and pdfs accessible
Teaching Students with Disabilities
- Universal Design
- Universal Design for Instruction: Fact Sheet
- Tips for Assessing Students
- Providing Academic Visual Supports
- Interacting With People With Disabilities
- Suggested Do’s and Don’ts for Faculty and Staff
- Planning an Accessible Event
- APHont, a font for Low Vision
- Captioned Educational Media Information
- DO-IT Faculty Room
- Removing Barriers: Tips and Strategies to Promote Accessible Communication
- Oregon State University, Department of Physics – Science Access Project
- Tech Connections’ guide to Accessible Calculators
- YouTube Captioning