Accessibility at Fullerton College
Fullerton College is committed to the idea that accessibility is everyone’s responsibility. Responsibility for accessibility is neither “mine” nor “yours”; it is ours. The information, tips, and tutorials on this page will guide you toward building accessibility into your courses and day-to-day work.
We recommend starting with the Accessibility Quick Tips and the Accessibility Basics Guide. The guides are all designed so you can print them out and keep them at your desk for reference!
The Distance Education office is available to review your courses and help you remediate any accessibility issues.
- Add a designer to your course.
- Your course will be reviewed for accessibility concerns.
- You will receive a report with tips on how to address any accessibility concerns.
Adding a Designer to Your Course:
The course designer role in Canvas is for instructional designers to help with course content. It is a FERPA compliant role that has no access to grades or student assignment submission data.
- Go to course
- Select People
- Select +People
- Enter email@example.com in the text box
- Under role, select Designer
UDOIT Cloud Accessibility Checker
Developed by University of Central Florida, UDOIT Cloud Accessibility Checker for Canvas helps faculty identify and fix accessibility issues at the course level.
Add it to your course navigation:
- Click Settings
- Select the Navigation tab
- Scroll down until you see “UDOIT Cloud”
- Click the 3 dots to the right of “UDOIT Cloud”
- Click Enable
- Click Save
When you are ready to scan your course, click UDOIT Cloud in the course navigation. The scan will run automatically and provide you with a list of accessibility issues that need to be addressed. These issues can be corrected easily in the UDOIT interface.
Microsoft Immersive Reader Canvas Integration
The Immersive Reader is a full-screen reader that includes grammar and dictionary tools.
Student Guide to Immersive Reader in Canvas
SensusAccess is an automated document conversion service that allows you to convert your course materials into alternate formats. You can also use SensusAccess to transform inaccessible documents into more accessible formats.
Guides and Tutorials