Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Staff FAQ's
Please take a look at frequently asked questions and answers for faculty and staff.
Creating Accessible Course Content
While not exhaustive, I hope the information provided here presents insight on proven ways to provide significant impact with minimum effort. You can significantly impact a student’s access just by reviewing this information and being aware of and incorporating accessibility/universal design best practices.
Ensure that your class website, all utilized learning platforms and digital materials are accessible.
Please read over the Dear Colleague Letter, issued jointly by the Department of Civil Rights and the Department of Education, which outlines the University’s requirements and provides links to training and tools. As outlined in the letter, “Online accessibility for people with disabilities cannot be an afterthought. The Justice Department and Department of Education will use the ADA and Section 504 as tools to ensure that members of the disability community are able to fully participate in every education program.”
Please review the Considerations and Instructional Strategies document. Learn more about working with individuals
Look up the definitions/explanations of classroom accommodations and testing accommodations.