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Students with disabilities: Learning to Teach Online
Students with disabilities: Learning to Teach Online

An important consideration regarding accessibility to your online course, is whether the different features, functions, and resources are accessible by students with disabilities. You may have students with disabilities related to vision, hearing, motor, or cognitive impairments. Utilizing important tools such as closed captioning and ALT tags as well as other strategies can help you to create an accessible course. Creating an accessible course is not only an ethical obligation, but also a legal obligation.

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