Students bring a wide variety of visual, hearing, cognitive, physical and communication abilities to learning. Making your course materials accessible is critical for students to use screen readers and other assistive devices that help them to access content without barriers.
Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles to your teaching can help create new habits for ensuring that your course development is taking into consideration the various learning abilities of others. The below section focuses on what you CAN do to ensure your course design is inclusive and accessible to all students.
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