For Course Instructors
Providing multiple ways for students to learn course material and interact with course content is extremely important to accommodate all students who are taking a class, especially those with disabilities.
Instructors can familiarize themselves with strategies to implement for accessible course design. The goal is to provide information to instructors who may not know much about working with people who have disabilities.
The Universal Design Online content Inspection Tool, or UDOIT (pronounced, “You Do It”), enables faculty to identify accessibility issues in their Canvas course.
In order for assistive technology to work most effectively, websites need to convey information in a way that the programs can understand. Read on for tips to make course materials more accessible.
To get started using Zoom, consult the Northwestern Remote Teaching technology tools page. Most functions in Zoom are user-friendly and are accessible to people who use assistive technology. There are, however, a few exceptions and best practices to note.