Creating Accessible Course Materials
Instructors are encouraged to design, create and provide accessible course materials. In doing so, instructors ensure that course material is accessible to the widest possible audience, including but not limited to students with disabilities and/or those class members using assistive technologies.
Accessible Course Materials
Consult the University of Minnesota's Accessible U website for more information on creating accessible course content.
The National Centre on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE) has created one-page cheatsheets on creating accessible resources.
Accessible Online Content
University of Calgary instructors making use of Desire2Learn may wish to consult the D2L Resource Centre section on Accessible Course Design.
Additional D2L information is also available through elearn, including accessible design templates.
Instructors looking for information on accessible D2L quiz settings can consult this handout.
Instructors looking for suggestions on ways to support off-campus learners can consult this handout.