Augsburg College is committed to providing physical, instructional and technological accessibility to all students, staff, faculty, and guests of Augsburg College. Equal access is consistent with the College’s mission, is the responsibility of all who teach at Augsburg, and is required by law. The following resources are available to assist you in making your classroom and course materials accessible to your students.
- See Faculty Resources: Balancing Rigorous Academic Expectations in a Caring Community (2017), a document that provides helpful advice specific to Augsburg, as well as example situations and resources for referral.
- The CLASS Office partners with the campus community to promote access and inclusion for student with disabilities.
- The Faculty Moodle Resources site provides lots of useful tips about creating course content in Moodle, including information about how to make that content more accessible.
- Augsburg also subscribes to Atomic Learning–a collection of online tutorials including:
- Accessible Instruction: Every Educator’s Responsibility a 6.5 minute long video that summarizes the legal responsibility of faculty to make their college courses accessible.
- Accessibility: It is important an online workshop about the legal requirements for accessibility and practical instruction on creating accessible course content.
- The Accessibility at Augsburg Committee was instituted to advance the College’s commitment to physical, instructional, and technological accessibility to all students, staff, faculty, and guests of Augsburg College.
- See 15 Suggestions for Improving Access, compiled by the Accessibility Committee in May 2015.