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Your class is full of diverse students with unique learning abilities. Providing them with more accessible original content means they can choose formats that work best for them: HTML for improved reading on mobile phones, Electronic Braille for the visually impaired, and Audio for learning on the go. Ally automatically scans your original content and performs a series of steps to make them more accessible.
Blackboard Ally documentation (PDF) and video instructional resources.
Old versions of Microsoft Office files may need to be updated to allow the Accessibility Checker to run.
Tips and common errors when creating PDFs.
Adding bookmarks automatically for accessibility purposes.
Information on how to use Siteimprove to identify problems with a website.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a process by which instructors design their course content to be accessible to all students. Although many people think that making content more accessible only helps people with disabilities access it, in reality, it will improve learning for all students in your class.