Accessibility

OET is committed to providing information and training opportunities for faculty to help them create accessible instructional materials.

Information about all of Cal State Fullerton's responses to the CSU Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) can be found on the Accessible Technology Initiative websiteOpens in new window Opens in new window .

 

GUIDELINES AND TUTORIALS

We are building and will continue to maintain web pages that summarize accessibility guidelines for various types of instructional materials.  These guidelines will also provide links to specific text based and video tutorials.

Here is an Accessible Syllabus Template that aligns with UPS. Feel free to download the template and modify the sample text to reflect your expectations, as well as those of your department.

The CSU's Professional Development for Accessible TechnologyOpens in new window Opens in new window  website offers multiple tools and resources to make information technology resources and services accessible to all CSU students, faculty, staff and the general public regardless of disability.  

The icons below link to CSU websites, the titles below the icons link to the appropriate OET guide. 

 

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Additional Resources

Institutions around the world had also drawn guidelines and written instructional documents on the subject of accessible educational materials and technology. Here are some examples.

The ADOD Project has a centralized website with guides for creating accessible documents using all the Microsoft Office applications. 

The University of Alcántara, guide for creating accessible contentPDF File Opens in new window , is a comprehensive document. 

This Infographic created by WebAIM highlights a few important principles of accessible design. 

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