Faculty are responsible for accessible course content and should use Universal Design formatting principles at the design stage; the Academic Innovations and eLearning as well as DSS can assist.
Formatting course content for accessibility is best served by the Universal Design
of electronic documents and course content; Universal Design makes your course information
more mobile so it's compatible across all types of devices - computers, laptops, smartphones
and tablets - and across all varieties of end-user settings on their devices. To
view quick step-by-step screen shots of how to properly format your course materials,
please go to http://www.ncdae.org/resources/cheatsheets/
Videos of student and faculty experiences
From the National Center on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE), this video highlights the experiences of students and faculty with disabilities: "A Personal Look at Accessibility in Higher Education".
From California State University's Accessible Technology Initiative: "From Where I Sit" video series. This is a powerful video series featuring eight CSU students with disabilities who share their experiences in the college classroom.