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EKU Accessibility Resources

The following links to departments and resources at EKU will help you to improve accessibility of your webpages, online course content, and other digital resources.

Webinar: “A Little Means a Lot: Simple Ways to Improve Online Course Accessibility”

Jennifer Perkins, instructional designer in EKU’s Instructional Design Center, led this fast-paced, 45-minute webinar in March 2017. Jennifer, who has presented similar sessions at state and national conferences, offers insight on simple things that any producer of web or digital content can do to improve accessibility for all audiences. (You may also view the presentation slides so that you may link to numerous other resources.)

Transcription Services

EKU’s Instructional Design Center, Information Technology department, and Center for Student Accessibility offer, collaboratively, transcription services for instructors who are using video or audio files in a course but do not have captions or transcripts already available. Priority is granted to those courses where an accommodation is required, then to e-Campus courses, and then to other courses.

Center for Student Accessibility

EKU’s Center for Student Accessibility (CSA) is the office to which EKU students may request services and accommodations for disabilities. The CSA evaluates and determines eligibility, helping the University to provide equal access for all.

ASL Interpreting Request Form

EKU’s Department of ASL and Interpreter Education provides sign-language interpreting services for events. However, you must request such services via an Interpreting Request Form so that the request may be reviewed and evaluated.

ADAccess

EKU’s ADAccess website offers links to the institution’s web accessibility statement, information about accessibility and disability compliance, ADA Awareness Day/Month events, and other resources.

Adaptive Equipment and Computer Software

The EKU Libraries Adaptive Equipment and Computer Software webpage provides information about resources that those with disabilities may find in Crabbe Library on the main campus.

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