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Whether you’re new to accessibility or experienced at creating accessible learning experiences, this self-paced Canvas course will guide you through creating a course in the Canvas LMS that is accessible to all students.
This course includes written materials and short video presentations so that you can learn in your own way, at your own pace.
Core modules cover the basics of accessibility, including how it impacts your students, and the 8 steps to making a Canvas site accessible. Additional content covers topics such as cognitive accessibility, complex images, discipline-specific accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning.
You can also use this Canvas course as a reference resource when developing or revising a course. Handy tools such as a course index, further readings, and a PDF checklist will help you locate the information you need to make the biggest impact for your students.
Faculty who complete this self-paced course will be able to:
- Identify core principles of accessibility
- Design an accessible course using Canvas’s built-in tools
- Use automated accessibility checkers in combination with manual checking to locate and fix accessibility issues in their course
- Reflect on inclusive and accessible pedagogical interventions for their course