REMINDER: Deadline to Withdraw from Summer 2018 Courses Is Friday, July 20 at 5:00 p.m.
This is a reminder that the deadline to withdraw from a Summer 2018 course and receive a notation of "W" is this Friday, July 20, at 5:00 p.m.
 
If you intend to withdraw from a summer course and have not already done so, please return a completed and signed withdrawal form to Records by the deadline.  Forms are available in Records (Morrison, M103).  Please note that your instructor must sign the form.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Records immediately.

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REMINDER: Deadline to Withdraw from Summer 2018 Courses Is Friday, July 20 at 5:00 p.m.
This is a reminder that the deadline to withdraw from a Summer 2018 course and receive a notation of "W" is this Friday, July 20, at 5:00 p.m.
 
If you intend to withdraw from a summer course and have not already done so, please return a completed and signed withdrawal form to Records by the deadline.  Forms are available in Records (Morrison, M103).  Please note that your instructor must sign the form.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Records immediately.

Faculty and Instructional Resources

Invisible Disabilities and Postsecondary Education (This video descries the effects and impacts of invisible disabilities in the classroom and on the student, staff and faculty.)

Creating Accessibility in Online and On-ground Classrooms

Accessible U videos from the University of Minnesota

Creating an Accessible Syllabus
Creating Accessible Slides

Captioning Videos at MCAD

MCAD uses Rev.com to caption videos. Faculty and staff may request a Rev.com account by emailing the Learning Center and Disability Services. Captioning fees are paid for by the Learning Center and Disability Services.

Rev.com can caption for any platform. Some of the most common ones include: YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon, DailyMotion, Adobe and Kaltura.

MCAD Online Learning has created a video on how to Add Captions to Your Videos at MCAD.

Rev.com has created a PDF on YouTube and Rev.com Intregration in order to Automatically Caption Your YouTube Channel.

Veterans (A veteran friendly syllabus is an accessibility freindly syllabus.)

Making your Syllabus Veteran Friendly from the VA

Accesible Electronic Textbooks and Comics

VitalSource
Learn about the Vital Source Bookshelf for accessible integrated content both on and offline
The VitalSource Accessibility Commitment

Kindle

Comixology

Assistive Technology

Operating Systems

Accessibility Features on a Mac
Accessibility Tools for Windows
Android Accessibility Help Center
Linux Foundation Wiki: Open Accessibility (A11y) Workgroup (This is a starting point as each Linux System has its own workgroup and accessabilty features.)

Adobe Products

Adobe and Accessibliity
Accessibility by Adobe Product (here you can learn how to make accessible items in each Adobe Program)

PDF's

Advanced Accessible PDF’s (Lynda.com Video - you can search for what you need)
Acrobat DC: Creating Accessible PDF’s (Lynda.com Video - you can search for what you need)

Autodesk Products

Autodesk and Accessibility

Contrast Checkers

Web AIM (Accessability in Mind)

Websites

Createing Accessible Websites by the American Federation for the Blind

Additonal Resources

Resources for Students with Disablities Page (You may find many of the resources here helpful in your teaching as well.)