Curricular Accessibility

An inclusive approach to curricular design anticipates and plans for human difference.
When curricular materials and instruction are accessible, a diverse group of learners benefits. Learners benefit from accessible curricular materials in the following ways.
  • Materials can be used on any device (laptop, iPad, or smartphone) 

  • Materials can be modified by adjusting text size, changing background and text color contrast, or even changing a font style. 

  • Document layouts can be customized for better readability. 

  • Control over volume and playback speed of audio and video aids in comprehension and context. 

Request assistance with course material accessibility by contacting Juli Haugen or using the online digital accessibility request form.