Whether your course is designed for full or partial online delivery, or has migrated online to maintain academic continuity, you can teach and assess students effectively. Instructors of online courses should take steps to improve the accessibility and usability of their course content and ensure an inclusive and equitable academic experience for all learners, including learners with disabilities.
Accessibility 101: Accessibility and Online Teaching has been created to serve as a resource for instructors and others who need to design, build, or migrate courses for online delivery. The goal of this site is not to offer a comprehensive guide to online teaching, but to offer tips, techniques, and resources to help instructors manage accessibility in their online courses.
Where do I start?
For a big picture view of do's and don'ts, review "Recommendations for Providing Online Course Materials"
If you're ready to look at the accessibility of your course documents, view "Tutorials for Designing and Applying Digital Content"