Accessibility for Faculty

University of California is committed to ensuring that all campus Information Resources and Technologies are fully accessible for persons with disabilities. This commitment reflects a goal to provide the most effective learning environment for all students--rather than simply to ensure compliance with various federal and state laws.

Accessible Instructional Materials

How to Create Accessible Course Materials

All materials distributed to students, whether in-class or online, in hard copy or electronic format, by faculty or teaching assistant, must be accessible to those who use adaptive technology software, such as screen readers. See the Disability Resource Center’s overview of creating accessible course materials:

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Disability Accommodation: As with all University of California Employees, if you have a disability or become disabled, you have the right to any reasonable accommodation that you need to do your job. If you need accommodation, contact your supervisor or the Disability Management Coordinator at x9-4602. If you feel you have been discriminated against due to your disability, please contact Ciel Benedetto (x9-3676) at the EEO/AA office.