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- Accessibility is important for everyone and benefits everyone. Open access and open pedagogy is about building and sharing knowledge with as many people as possible and accessibility is part of that mission and means making your OER usable by people of all abilities. In addition, with the increase of student centered content creation, we need to make sure the creation side of digital tools, platforms, and projects are also accessible to as many people as possible. From Digital Tool Box for Teaching and Scholarship, created by Brooklyn College Library, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
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Office of Disability Services (ODS)
Learning More about Accessibility
- The Libraries make every reasonable effort to ensure that all instructional materials are accessible. Please see the Libraries’ web page Accessible Instructional Materials for more information on how to make texts and media accessible to students. Submitting course materials to the reserves team allows us to make sure that all materials can be used by all students to the fullest extent possible.