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The UA Center for Instructional Technology Emerging Technology and Accessibility group offers consultations and reviews for instructors regarding the accessibility of course content for all users regardless of (dis)ability. While this does not replace accommodations offer through UA's Office of Disability Services, a focus on accessibility can ameliorate common challenges with digital content and make content more usable and accessible for all students.
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Which courses would you like to have reviewed? Please give semester, course, and section information, if available. Example: Spring 2015 EN101-001.
Choose which technology tools are used in the course(s) to be reviewed:
Turnitin Plagiarism Prevention and Writing Tools
Tegrity Lecture Capture
Blackboard Collaborate Voice Tools
Respondus Lockdown Browser
Turning Tech Clickers
Digital content/activities from a publisher. Enter the publisher name, if available.
Which of the following tools do you use to create or edit documents to share with others? Check all that apply.
Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013 (PC)
Microsoft Word 2011 (Mac)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 or 2013 (PC)
Microsoft PowerPoint 2011 (Mac)
Which of the following would best help you and others in your area to create accessible materials? Please check all that apply:
Webinars or virtual workshops
UA policy or guidelines on technology accessibility
Accessibility review of current materials and practices
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