Digital Environments

"Shame on us if we let the wonders of educational technology and broadband lead to more inequality as opposed to less." ~ Eugene Sperling

Before a prospective student even sets foot on campus, they explore our online environments. Prospective and current students contend with videos, audio files, learning management systems, electronic documents, online forms, Google applications, etc. Our goal is and should be to make these materials accessible to all users. To this end, our webpages, media, applications, and documents must consider every audience:

  • people who may have severe or moderate visual impairment
  • people who may be colorblind
  • people who may be deaf or hard of hearing
  • people who may have motor disabilities
  • people who may have cognitive disabilities

Areas of Concern: