Accessibility and Copyright of Materials

As you begin the process of building your course you will want to review FERPA and copyright guidelines and resources related to accessibility and options for Open Educational Resources (OER). In addition to Cornell’s Copyright Services, you can review SUNY’s Copyright Information Center for additional information on fair use.

You may be wondering why accessibility matters. In addition to the legal reasons, such as ADA and section 504/508, universal design creates a better learning experience for all students. The universal design process provides a way to create instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that work for everyonerather than a single, one-size-fits-all solution. 

Examples of recordings on how to make your content accessible.

For specific questions please contact Cornell Student Disability Services.

 


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