Assessable course resources

By Michelle D. Miller, Professor of Psychological Sciences at Northern Arizona University. 

Edited for McNeese Faculty, Dr. Wendi Prater, Director of eLearning

Consider the accessibility of course materials. In all likelihood, your readings and other materi­als exist in digital form, and you may have posted them already. But you’ll need to dou­ble-check that any readings, videos, prob­lem sets, quizzes, and the like are accessi­ble, along with key documents such as the course syllabus and calendar.