- Accessible Documents- Tips for creating accessible syllabi, readings, and handouts.
- SensusAccess Document Converter for Accessibility- This free and easy tool can convert a scanned PDF into a searcable PDF or Word document.
- Assistive Technology- ATS and IT partner with the Accessibility Services Office to provide students with assistive technology for learning and research.
- Captioning Tips for Student-Produced Media
- Center for Teaching and Learning Syllabi Resources- Includes information on accessible syllabi and suggested statements of accessibility to include on your syllabus.
- Moodle Accessibility Features
- Accessible Information Technology @ Amherst
Accessible Educational Materials- Resources & Links
- What are Accessible Educational Materials?- National Center on Accessible Educational Materials
- The Nine Principles of Universal Design for Instruction- Emory University Inclusive Instruction
- Course Accessibility Guidelines- Penn State
- Accessible Powerpoint- National Center on Disability and Access to Education
Accessibility Resources for Teaching and Learning During COVID-19
- Keeping Accessibility in Mind During the COVID-19 Conversion of Courses
- Accessibility Resources to teach and learn using Zoom:
- Meet Me Accessibly: A Guide to Zoom Cloud Meetings from a Blindness Perspective describes different functionalities and the related keyboard keystrokes to effectively use the Zoom conferencing platform. [A user should read sections 7 onward, the prior sections deal mainly with configurations.]
- Hot keys and keyboard shortcut keys for Zoom link describes keys for both Windows and Mac operating systems. These keys can also be accessed within Zoom in its accessibility settings. Here find NVDA screen reader keystrokes for Zoom platform. NVDA is a freely available screen reader.
- Find here keyboard navigation for Google Hangouts and how to use screen reader with Google Hangouts.
- How to Survive Digital Learning with LD. - from the National Center for Learning Disabilities