It’s important to integrate relevant disability, accessibility, and universal design content into computing courses to increase knowledge and skills among future computing professionals. This will lead to a workforce that is aware of and more capable of addressing accessibility barriers. Instructors can use the following curricula to fully include students with disabilities in computing courses and share accessible design strategies with students.
We partner with Teach Access, an active collaboration among education, industry, and disability advocacy organizations to address the critical need to enhance students’ understanding of digital accessibility as they learn to design, develop, and build new technologies with the needs of people with disabilities in mind. Find even more resources and information at the Teach Access website.