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Canvas provides authors a foundation and a wealth of built-in tools to create inclusive experiences for all students. Learn how to leverage all of Canvas’ tools to build an accessible and usable learning environment.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Determine the best format/strategy for delivering content, whether it should remain as a PDF, in a Word Doc, or a Canvas page
- Explain how formatting impacts assistive technologies’ ability to access and interpret information.
- Utilize the Rich Content Editor to properly format content pages
- Run the Canvas’ Accessibility Checker and interpret its results to determine if a Canvas page is accessible
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is this self-paced course available?
The content will be available indefinitely.
How long will it take to go through the course material?
This micro-course is self-paced and includes reading, videos, quizzes, and hands-on activities. There will be no facilitators. Plan to commit at least an hour for each module. Each module may vary considerably in length and complexity. Participants who are familiar with Canvas may progress faster. Unfortunately, it is difficult to predict individual time commitment.
What background do I need?
This course assumes prior knowledge of basic accessibility principles; however, there are opportunities for review. It is helpful to be familiar with Canvas. If you need additional Canvas support, please see the various Canvas Guides and Canvas Helpline.
Do I need to buy a textbook/course materials?
No. All lectures are published in this Canvas micro-course. However, you will need to download the Canvas Accessibility Activity Set for the hands-on activities in a separate Canvas shell where you have the Teacher role.
Please review the front page for more information.
Course Navigation Icons
Throughout this course, you will occasionally see icons that call attention to important information that is particularly worth reading. You'll definitely want to take note! Here's what to look for and what to expect:
The Remember Icon identifies general information and core concepts that are well worth remembering.
The Tip Icon includes helpful suggestions and tidbits of useful information that may save you some time and headaches.
The Alert Icon is a helpful alert to point out difficult concepts, intricate workflows that may need the help of local institution support, and/or possible issues that may arise.
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
To add some comments, click the "Edit" link at the top.