Textbook publishers, application developers, and websites and services create a vast array of content options that can enhance your course and provide great educational opportunities for your students. Taking time to review overall accessibility of any content you are considering is an important step in making sure all students that take UNT courses benefit from those additions.
DSI-CLEAR's accessibility team reviews course content to ensure it meets legal and functional standards. Many faculty find amazing options to take their students to new levels. With that vast array of options, faculty should take steps to ensure initial accessibility before committing to third party materials, programs, or platforms in course content.
A full accessibility review takes time and specialized knowledge and tools. You can take a few steps when you are looking at content or speaking to a publisher representative that might help you make a decision.
NOTE: Not all textbook publisher materials and services are accessible. Before using a file or online service in your online course, please ensure it is fully accessible. For assistance with this, please submit an accessibility consultation request.
You've found great content but it is not accessible. What are your options?