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Technology Access Toolkits

Name & Source Topics/Features
Breaking Down Barriers Toolkit: K-12 and Beyond for Educators & Parents of Children with Disabilities

Source: AccessIT; ADA National Network; PACER Center; DO-IT Center.

Disability Services and Accessible Technology for Faculty Handbook

Source: Project of the Technology Accessibility in Education Initiative developed by Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC) and Southeast ADA Center in partnership:

  • Council of students with disabilities to plan and identify barriers to technology.
  • North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP) to assess barriers to technology on campus; sponsor training to discuss accessible web design with faculty, staff, and administration.

ADA Implementation Notable Practice, Exemplary Education Research

Essentials of Digital Accessibility for Educators

Source: THE Journal. Author: Harriette L. Spiegel. Posted: 12/07/2016.

  • This online tutorial article outlines some of the most common issues that confront educators when making their course content accessible including: Headings, Alt Text, Meaningful Hyperlinks and Tables.
Social Media Accessibility Toolkit

Source: Department of Labor Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) and U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

  • Tips for Improving Accessibility of Social Media Platforms (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.)
  • General Social Media Tips and Additional Resources
Universal Design (UD) Principles Poster, History, and Resources

Source: The Center on Universal Design

  • Various information and free downloads about universal design (UD).
Universal Design (UD) Principles, Guidelines and Resources

Source: National Center on Universal Design for Learning

  • Variety of information about universal design for learning (UDL).

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