Making Your Course Accessible

Teaching Materials and Accessibility

A commitment to equitable and inclusive learning includes a commitment to digital accessibility. Princeton's Policy on Digital Accessibility provides guidance and best practices for enhancing the accessibility of online resources, including course materials. On this page we have collected the most important suggestions for improving the accessibility of digital resources such as course syllabi, readings, images, slides, and instructional videos.

If you need further guidance on improving accessibility of your teaching materials, please contact the McGraw Center's instructional design group by writing to [email protected].   

Please note that the Office for Disability Services (ODS) ensures that students receive appropriate accommodations regarding their specific needs. 

Best practices for Content Accessibility

Here are some general best practices regarding making content accessible more broadly, following UDL practices.