Online Course Content Accessibility Review

We are conducting an accessibility review of your online course content. Please answer these questions to help ensure that we don't miss anything that could cause a potential barrier to students with disabilities.
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    3rd Party websites

    Mouse clicks require vision and the use of your hand, so web-based tools that require a mouse are not accessible to many people with temporary or long term disabilities. Any website, tool, application or platform (outside of PCC and D2L) that requires a student to press a button, enter text in a form field or use their mouse in any way, should be tested for accessibility.
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    Images, Graphics, Charts

    Images, graphs, diagrams and charts should have alternative text descriptions that replace the need to actually view the graphical content. The alternative text can take the form of an alt text attribute in HTML, a caption or simply descriptive text in the surrounding paragraph.
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    A few other things to do that will make your life easier at the time of an accommodation.

    1. Save all the source files (word, powerpoint) that you made into PDFs. This is because Disability Services (DS) and Distance Education's Access team (DL Access) might need them to create alternate formats for students with disabilities. We recommend saving them in a Source folder in the manage files area of your course so they can be easily obtained by DS and DL Access at the time of an accommodation. 2. Keep a list of videos you use in your course that aren't captioned, subtitled or transcribed. If a student who is deaf or who is otherwise eligible for a captioning accommodation registers for your class, DL's Access team will ask you for a list of all the uncaptioned videos in your course and their locations. ***A Note about YouTube videos: Don’t be fooled into assuming all YouTube’s are captioned. Many videos with a CC button are just using YouTube’s auto-generated captions which are usually very inaccurate! Here's how to check: Click on the Settings button on the YouTube player (to the right of the CC button). If the Subtitles/CC field has the words: "(auto-generated)" in it, consider the video uncaptioned. 3. Update your syllabus accommodation statement to the syllabus standard example provided by DS: "Students who have a documented disability and require a classroom adjustment or accommodation should contact Disability Services at www.pcc.edu/disability and provide the Approved Academic Accommodations letter to the Instructor."