Accommodations for Online Courses
The process for requesting accommodations in online courses is same as for on-campus courses; OAS-registered students need to submit a Service Request Form to the OAS in order to request accommodations. Letters of Accommodations will be emailed to instructors of online courses.
Please note that accommodations for online courses might include:
- Extended time on tests/quizzes (on BlackBoard: Adaptive Release)
- Alternate form of textbooks and handouts (Kurzweil: text to speech)
- Recording lectures
Additional Resources for Accessibility for Online Courses:
Universal Web Site Accessibility Policy for State Web Sites
Universal Design for Learning Modules
Blackboard’s Commitment to Accessibility
OAS Assistive Technology Committee
Sample Syllabus Statement for Online Courses
Please do not hesitate to contact Jennifer Boylan, Interim Coordinator, for additional guidance for accessibility for online courses.