Designing and developing accessible courses increases educational opportunities for all students and helps students succeed academically. This checklist will help you improve the accessibility of your course and course materials.
Recommendations for creating hyperlinks that describe the target resource, telling people where they’re going.
Images / Videos
Approaches for including meaningful alternative text or resources describing the content of images and videos.
Strategies and tips for implementing semantic styles essential to creating accessible content across multiple platforms.
Guidelines for formatting accessible tables, making sure tables are used for tabular data only—not for style or formatting purposes.
Resources for using accessibility statements, color, color contrast, and accessibility checking tools.
The Accessibility Checklist - Print Version is suitable for distribution or printing (.pdf format).
Selected resources on Accessibility are available on the Resources page.
Development of the Accessibility Checklist was made possible through a College of Arts and Sciences Instructional Improvement Fund grant.
The print and web accessibility checklist by Michael R. Jolley and Eyde Olson at the Center for Transformative Teaching at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
L.I.S.T. Acronym by Elizabeth Tu at the Center for Faculty Development at San Jose State University (email@example.com) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.