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Online Learning Platforms and Web Accessibility

The following resources provided are designed to help educators set up accessible learning environments for students with learning differences. Many online learning platforms have built in accessibility features that can be turned on or off based on the needs of the learners. Learn more about how to access these features and about other web accessibility tools to increase access to browsers and websites.

Zoom Keyboard Shortcuts Check out keyboard shortcuts on Zoom.
Accessibility Features in Zoom Learn more about accessibility features in Zoom, including closed captioning, keyboard accessibility, screen reader support, and automatic transcripts.
Accessibility Features in Google Hangouts Learn more about accessibility features in Google Hangouts, including live captions, screen readers and magnifiers, and keyboard shortcuts.
OCR Short Webinar on Online Education and Website Accessibility USDOE's Office for Civil Rights presents this short webinar on online education and website accessibility.
Webinar Series - Supporting Access in Distance Education The Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) Center at CAST is offering free webinars on access and distance education for educators, parents, and others.
Google Teach from Home Explore this collection of Google tips and tools to help support teaching from home.
ReciteMe Free Accessible COVID - 19 Landing Page Recite Me is offering to host a fully accessible landing page for businesses to share their Coronavirus message to all staff and customers.
Control Alt Achieve: How to Use a Google Classroom This video series from Control Alt Achieve demonstrates setting up and using a Google Classroom for online instruction.