Introduction to Designing for Accessibility

Self-Paced: Intro to Designing for Accessibility


We want all our students to have a great learning experience, don't we?  Designing with usability/accessibility in mind gives ALL students the chance to learn more effectively. This self-paced mini-course will introduce you to strategies for identifying and eliminating barriers to learning in your Canvas course.

PLEASE NOTE: Self-paced non-facilitated courses are not eligible to receive a badge from CVC-OEI or continuing education units from Fresno Pacific.


All participants taking @ONE teaching and design courses are encouraged to complete this course as an initial introduction to the accessibility challenges that occur most often in online courses.
Duration: self-paced
Time Commitment: approximately 60 minutes
Level of Difficulty: easy

Optional Graduate-Level University Credit: Continuing Education credit is not available for self-paced courses.



By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify what online course content needs to be made accessible
  • Describe the three elements of Universal Design for Learning
  • Name six usability formatting elements that can easily be addressed within Canvas

Registration Tutorials

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First-time attendee registration tutorial

Returning attendee registration tutorial

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