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Several recent Department of Justice settlements (Louisiana Tech University, edX Inc.) and Office of Civil Rights findings (University of Montana, University of Cincinnati) have highlighted the inaccessiblity of some websites and online courses. College and universities need to ensure that websites and online courses are accessible and compatible with frequently used assistive technologies.  

Access DL - The Center on Accessible Distance Learning

  • The Center on Accessible Distance Learning - Access DL - is funded by a U.S. Department of Education grant to share guidance and resources on making distance learning courses accessible to individuals with disabilities.

National Center on Universal Design for Learning

  • The National Center on Universal Design for Learning supports the effective implementation of universal design for learning by connecting stakeholders in the field and providing resources and information about universal design for learning basics; advocacy; implementation; research; and creating community.

CANnect - Web Accessibility for Online Learning

  • This guide explores accessibility issues related to online learning and provides straightforward advice and guidance about creating usable content whether you are a novice or advanced author of course content.
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