Check out this one-minute video where Clemson Online’s Accessibility Coordinator Michelle Tuten demonstrates how to access the UDOIT and the Canvas Page Accessibility Checker features. If you want more on getting started with accessibility, see our linked Quick Hit session below, in which Michelle demonstrates the basics.
This Quick Hits session is for faculty who are interested in beginning to make accessibility improvements to their courses. In 20 minutes, you will learn what accessibility means and how to start designing accessible content with the help of accessibility checkers. We will also briefly cover Canvas’ accessibility features, extending time on exams, and support options available at Clemson. Facilitated by Michelle Tuten, Accessibility Coordinator with Clemson Online, who brings eight years of digital accessibility experience. Pronouns: she/her/hers.
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Originally recorded on 06.16.22
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