Welcome to the New Instructional Accessibility Guides and Resources Page!


Instructional Accessibility is the process of intentionally creating educational content, that removes barriers preventing students from accessing content fully. This includes but is not limited to students with vision or hearing related disabilities, who use screen readers, where English isn’t their primary language, etc.

We have assembled an encompassing catalog of guides and resources to support faculty, instructors, and staff in creating accessible content. We appreciate your interest and willingness to assure educational content is accessible.

For information on working with the Access Center for student accommodations, visit the Access Center Faculty Resource page.

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Dive Deeper into Instructional Accessibility

Improve your instructional accessibility through the IAG live trainings, access checks for individual materials, or course reviews.

Have a question? Contact the Instructional Accessibility Group directly.

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

"Mental health disorders and learning disabilities are the most common types of disabilities students report."

Gierdowski, Dana C., et al. “Accessibility and Accommodations.” Educause.edu, 21 Oct. 2020,

Accessibility and Accommodations