Making Content Accessible for All Students (Print Version)

American Institutes for Research; Center on Technology & Disability
We know accessibility is important, but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. Use this quick guide to learn about the different components of accessibility, examples of who may benefit from increased accessibility, and considerations for how to create accessible content. NOTE: This resource is available in a print version and a web version. The print version includes full URLs and the web version uses hyperlinked descriptive text. Access the web version here.
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