Digital accessibility and COVID-19 Response
Online teaching and learning
We understand that the switch to online instruction is a challenging time for faculty and students. Please use the general guidance for online teaching to guide your choices. If you have students with disabilities in your classes that require additional accommodations, we encourage you to do the following:
- Review our guidance Plan for Accessibility when Teaching Remotely;
- Consult the Disability Services guidance Accommodation Resources for Remote Learning.
- Review our guide on Zoom accessibility best practices.
- Contact us at email@example.com with specific technology-related questions.
As you start working remotely, you might encounter access issues, especially if you are not familiar with remote work tools and software. To help you meet those challenges, please consider the following: