Universal Design of Information Technology in Postsecondary Education
This section of the Center for UDE website includes a collection of resources for ensuring that information technology is accessible to all postsecondary students.
- Access to Technology in the Workplace: In Our Own Words - how universally designed information technology benefits people with disabilities in employment settings (publication and video).
- AccessIT - a searchable knowledge base of q&as, case studies, and promising practices related to accessible information technology.
- What are examples of accessible electronic and information technology in education? - examples for educators.
- Information Technology in Education - checklist for making technology in educational settings accessible to all students.
- Missouri State University: A Promising Practice in Building Accessibility into Mainstream IT Policies - a model that can be employed on other campuses.
- Universal Design of Websites - a collection of resources on accessible web design for postsecondary institutions.
Universal Design of Software
- Designing Software that is Accessible to Individuals with Disabilities - guidelines for the design of accessible software.
Universal Design of Telecommunications Products
- Use of Telecommunications Products by People with Disabilities - guidelines for the design of accessible telecommunications products.
Universal Design of Video and Multimedia
- Creating Video and Multimedia Products that are Accessible to People with Sensory Impairments - guidelines for the design of accessible multimedia.
Universal Design of Distance Learning
- Universal Design of Distance Learning - a collection of resources for making distance learning courses accessible to all students and instructors.