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Accessibility Courses 

Creating Accessible Online Content

This course is intended to provide the basics of creating and maintaining online content that is accessible to students with disabilities; however, we hope to demonstrate that the measures we take to ensure accessibility for one group also help us to build learning environments that are much more accommodating and easier to use for all of our students. The emphasis of this course is on what we call the low-hanging fruit of online accessibility – techniques and best practices that anyone who works with online content can easily follow and implement. The good news is that by following these best practices, you can make most if not all of your content accessible.

Creating Accessible Online Content: Intermediate

This course is intended to provide a more in-depth look at creating and maintaining online content that is accessible to students with disabilities. However, we hope to demonstrate that the measures we take to ensure accessibility for one group also help us to build learning environments that are much more accommodating and easier to use for all of our students. This course will take a deeper look at: the principles of Universal Design, writing accessible copy, captioning video, third party software, and tools for checking web content accessibility.

*The courses are available to faculty in Drexel Learn 

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