Canvas Course Accessibility
Accessibility is important part of all courses that we provide at Utah State and ensures our courses are accessible and usable for all students. There are a variety of tools and resources available to help you make your course materials accessible.
Getting Started with Accessibility
It is important to remember that accessibility is a journey rather than a destination. There are a number of quick and easy things you can do when getting started that can make a big difference.
The Getting Started with Accessibility page from the USU Accessibility website provides some good resources if you are new to accessibility. More resources will be coming soon on making your Canvas pages, PDF documents, PowerPoint files, and videos accessible.
USU Canvas Accessibility Tools
Ally Accessibility Checker
The Ally Tool provides feedback on your course material and automatically creates alternate formats for students.
File Cleanup Too
Over time your Canvas course can accrue unnecessary files and it can be difficult to know which ones are still relevant to focus your efforts on. The File Cleanup Tool helps you identify and delete unnecessary files in your courses.
Quiz Extension Tool
On occasion you may have a student who requires extra time on their tests as an accommodation. The Quiz Extension tool lets you extend time for multiple students and multiple quizzes at a time.
Canvas Accessibility Checker
Canvas has a built-in Accessibility Checker that you can use to check your Canvas page content.
Usable and Accessible Course Design
Tuesday, Oct 30th 12:00PM
Register for Workshop Here
If you have questions about accessibility please contact Christopher Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-797-5535.