Automating Accessibility of Course Content in the Learning Management System

Wednesday, October 31 | 3:30PM–4:15PM MT | Meeting Room 405
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
UC Berkeley, the UC System, Utah State University, Syracuse University, and CSU Chico and the wider CSU system will share how they are addressing accessibility of course content and the policies, staffing, and tools put in place to create a more proactive and scalable approach to accessibility.

Outcomes: Explore how schools are addressing course content accessibility * Learn how to address existing resource limitations and content creation and remediation workflows * Understand policies, resources, and tools that can contribute to a more scalable and proactive approach to accessibility * Learn about success stories and gotchas in applying universal design methodology


  • Kelvin Bentley

    Program Manager-Texas Credentials for the Future, University of Texas System
  • Kathy Fernandes

    Academic Technology Officer, California State University, Chico
  • Jenn Stringer

    Vice President and Chief Digital Officer, J. Paul Getty Trust
  • Pamela Thomas

    IT Accessibility Analyst, Syracuse University