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Accessibility: Home

This guide provides resources for making instructional content accessible.

Why Accessibility Matters

Accessibility is about providing all students, online or on-ground, with equal opportunities to learn.  Accessible instructional content benefits all learners.

For online and technology-enhanced higher education, extra steps must be taken to ensure that course materials, social media and other interactive  tools have been designed in a manner that allows all learners to utilize them.

Accessible content expands access to learning.
This guide provides information on how to make instructional content more accessible by following universal design guidelines. 

KSU Accessibility Resources

ToolKits for Creating AEMS

What is Digital Accessibility?

Useful Resources Regarding Accessibility

Legal Implications

Finding Accessible Teaching and Learning Materials