How can you ensure that your course content can be accessed in multiple ways to meet the needs of diverse learners? Check out these resources to improve the accessibility of your course so that all learners are able to succeed.


Increase Equity, Access, and Engagement with Universal Design for Learning — When we recognize that variability exists in student populations along many spectra, we strive to design learning experiences that present as few barriers to success as possible for anyone and everyone.

Common Accessibility Issues in Online Courses, and How to Fix Them – An overview of the most common accessibility issues seen in online courses, with resources and steps for how to fix them for the most popular tools and formats.

Quick Course Content Checklist – Include these simple accessibility features when creating or using content in your course.

Accessibility in the Classroom Online Course –  Overview of accessibility and design methodologies to ensure your documents and multimedia are beneficial to all students.

NC State IT Accessibility Quick Guide – A high-level how-to for using different types of campus technologies accessibly.

Closed Captioning Resources – An overview of the approaches and options for captioning your live classroom videos and pre-recorded lectures.

Alternatives to Alt Text – Consider the intention, context, and purpose of an image before creating the Alt Text is important.  You will also learn some tips to make images more accessible in this article. (This link will take you to a DELTA News article.)