Students bring a wide variety of physical, visual, hearing, cognitive, and communication abilities to learning. As we design our course materials or activities, we want to keep our students' characteristics in mind. This section focuses on the tools and resources to help you assess, create or convert your instructional materials to ensure they are accessible to all students.
Accessibility of Instructional Materials at SJSU
"It is the policy of the CSU to make information technology resources and services accessible to all CSU students, faculty, staff and the general public regardless of disability." - Executive Order 926 (EO 926)
- Coded Memorandum AA-2013-03 [pdf]
- Memo to the President on Campus Accessibility Strategy for Online Education [pdf] August, 2013
- What does accessibility mean to the faculty?
- What does accessibility mean to Staff employees, Deans and Managers?
- A Quick Review of Accessible Instructional Materials [pdf]
- What is the current status of accessible syllabi at SJSU? Partnering with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics (IEA), Center staff has conducted two campus-wide studies.
UDL is a framework that promotes flexibility in the way to present or teach course content, engage students via various activities or strategies, and allow students to express or demonstrate the knowledge or skills they have learned in the class.