Who is the Instructional Accessibility Group?

As an integral part of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Design, the Instructional Accessibility Group is dedicated to supporting faculty in their efforts to create more accessible instructional content.

Through a proactive and calculated approach, we can develop more inclusive and impactful instruction, meet our students where they are, and reduce our reliance on accommodations by creating more equitable content. Above all, we can create a culture of accessibility at MSU Denver.

What We Offer:

We offer numerous resources to help faculty create and maintain accessible learning content. This includes:

  • Trainings and workshops regarding accessibility across all levels of instruction
  • Accessibility reviews of instructional content
  • Guides and tutorials

Quick Tips

Short on time? Unsure of where to start? Check out our quick tips!

Instructional Accessibility Quick Tips

What's Happening with the Instructional Accessibility Group?

Stay informed on events, new trainings, and other updates from the Instructional Accessibility Group.

Instructional Accessibility News and Happenings

Trainings and Services

The Instructional Accessibility Group offers many trainings and services to help faculty create inclusive educational experiences for all students regardless of ability.

Trainings and Services

Guides and Resources for Instructional Accessibility

For more detailed information on creating accessible instructional content, check out our guides and resources page (opens in a new tab).

Instructional Accessibility Guides and Resources

Website Feedback Survey

The Instructional Accessibility Group invites faculty to provide feedback on our website and its offerings as well as offering suggestions for additional trainings and resources (opens in a new tab).

IAG Website Feedback Survey

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