Accessibility of web content and student success is very important to the Accessibility Team. Within the Student Accessibility webpages you can report issues encountered with online campus materials and get helpful resources to propel yourself through your courses.
What is accessibility?
Accessibility means that online content is able to be interacted with all types of audiences and learning types. Accessibility however, does not mean software issues such as logging into Cougar Courses.
Things to consider for accessible content are:
- Unreadable PDFs
- Uncaptioned videos within a CSUSM environment
- PDFs that are not OCR scanned or tagged with headings
- Word Docs that are not tagged with headings
- Images without alt. text
If you encounter any of the above issues, please report it on the Accessibility Form so that it can be remediated.