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UCO is dedicated to ensuring that all students and faculty have access to digital content. UCO has developed an accessibility checklist for creating digital media. Click here to view the checklist.

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The ADA does not currently provide specifics about online courses, but there are some things we do know. Courses and course materials must be made accessible to deaf/hard of hearing students. Access must be provided immediately and students should not be required to attend class and then made to get the information later. For example, if students are enrolled in an online course and a video is part of the content for a session or assignment, the student should not be made to request it after the fact and then wait to get a transcript later. The access you provide should be immediate, while the student participates in the class.