Accessiblility Resources at GRCC
Accessibility with Cheryl Kautz
Cheryl Kautz developed a series of Accessibility Videos to assist faculty in creating accessible documents in Word, PDF, and HTML.
Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that is intended to minimize or eliminate barriers to learning with a focus on increasing access to course information and providing all individuals equal opportunities to learn.
Accessibility in Libraries
Resources listed below have accessibility features built into their online systems. Contact your liaison librarian with questions about accessible library resources in your discipline.
lots of full-text articles. The content is appropriate for college-level classes, although some general interest periodicals are indexed as well. Most print resources are also available in audio format. Look for the [Listen] icon in the [Tools] box.
Films on Demand - Master Career & Technical Education Collection
GRCC licenses the Master Career & Technical Education Collection in addition to a small selection of other video titles.
lots of full-text articles. The content is more "public library" oriented, although it contains some academic journals. Most print resources are also available in audio format. Look for the [Listen] icon in the [Tools] box.
Points of View Reference Center
Look for the [Listen] icon within a chosen article and select from readers with American, Australian or British accents!
Academic Video Online: VAST
Streaming media with simultaneous transcripts in subject-related subsets including: Health; Rehabilitation Therapy; and, Sports Medicine & Exercise Science.
Library Accessibility Links