Accessibility Statements For Online & Blended Courses

General Statement:

Cornell University is invested in making online course materials accessible to students with disabilities. To this end, we have reviewed this course for baseline accessibility, which includes the captioning of videos, and use with assistive technology. This may not include some complex content (graphs, images, and/or equations). Please contact your Student Disability Services Counselor if you have difficulty with accessing online course material at 607-254-4545 or email sds_cu@cornell.edu for additional assistance.

Statement for Course Syllabus:

Access and Accommodations: Your experience in this course is important to me. If you have already established accommodations with Student Disability Services (SDS), please communicate your approved accommodations to me as soon as possible so we can discuss your needs for this course. If you have not contacted SDS, but require an accommodation due to a disability, please contact SDS at 607-254-4545 or email sds_cu@cornell.edu for additional assistance.

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The following statements have provided by SDS for students who have identified themselves with a disability, and may require additional accommodations.

Statement for Individual Image:

For an accessible copy of this image, please contact your Student Disability Services Counselor at 607-254-4545 or email sds_cu@cornell.edu. When contacting our office, please give the name of the image, where it can be found, and the accessible format desired (e.g. tactile Braille, image with alt. text, enlarged). Consultation with Instructor may be needed for some access needs. Document conversion can be a time-consuming process. In order to ensure that alternative formats are available when needed, students are encouraged to complete the SDS Alternative Format Request Form when you have pre-enrolled for courses.

Statement for Coversheet:

For accessible copies of any images in this document, please contact your Student Disability Services Counselor at 607-254-4545 or email sds_cu@cornell.edu. When contacting our office, please give the name of the image, the page number where it can be found, and the accessible format desired (e.g. tactile Braille, image with alt. text, enlarged). It may be necessary to consult with the Instructor for some access needs. Document conversion can be a time-consuming process. In order to ensure that alternative formats are available when needed, students are encouraged to complete the SDS Alternative Format Request Form when you have pre-enrolled for courses.

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