Accessibility, as it relates to web content, is defined as web design criteria which support access that is not dependent on a single sense or ability, such as vision or hearing. This includes course content in online and hybrid courses. as well Distance Learning considerations. There are also links to pages that offer accessibility checks for existing web pages.
Students needing assistance with eCourses due to disabilities should inform the instructor and call the Office of Diagnostic Testing and Disability Services at (936) 261-3585 or email Dr. Kay F. Norman at email@example.com.
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