AccessDL Featured Q&As, Promising Practices, and Case Studies
This page features some of the Q&As, Promising Practices, and Case Studies most relevant to accessible distance learning. For more knowledge base articles on this topic, consult the full Knowledge Base and search for "AccessDL" under Program/Area.
Q&A's from DO-IT's Online Knowledge Base
- What are some of the barriers students with disabilities face in distance learning courses?
- How can I get started in making my distance learning course accessible to all students?
- What do distance learning professionals need to know about accessibility?
- Are chat rooms accessible to people with disabilities?
- Are electronic whiteboards accessible to people with disabilities?
- How can I select a web accessibility software tool?
- Michigan Virtual University: A Promising Practice in Developing Standards for Online Courses
- PIVoT: A Promising Practice in Making an Online Physics Course Accessible
- The University of Washington: A Promising Practice in Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible to Students with Disabilities
- Distance Learning: A Case Study on the Accessibility of an Online Course
- Steps Toward Making Distance Learning Accessible to Students and Instructors with Disabilities
- Item Writer Guidelines for Greater Accessibility - Basics for Making Exam and Other Instructional Items that are Accessible, in Particular to Individuals with Visual Impairments