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Creating Accessible Digital Materials

When creating or using digital materials in your course, you will want to ensure that those digital materials are accessible to the broadest range of learners. There are small steps that you can take in creating digital materials that may have a large impact for your learners. This list of resources provides a starting point for exploration.

Not sure where or how to start? We invite you to schedule a DLINQ consultation if you’d like more information or support for implementing any of these resources.

  • SensusAccess is a web-based, self-service application that allows users to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate and accessible formats

Additional Resources

Emergency Distance Learning and Blind Students – resource curated by Dr. Natalie Shaheen

Accessible Teaching in the Time of COVID – Dr. Aimi Hamraie

To learn more about accessibility and inclusion, check out DLINQ’s Inclusive Design Studio and posts.

2020-08-24T08:25:45-07:00March 5th, 2020|
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