SOP Staff Training

Training Recording  Training Resources Document Accessibility Use the UM Document Converter to make existing documents, like PDFs, more accessible. Check out the links at the top of the page with information about how to best use the Document Converter. Use the Accessible Document Decision Tree to decide which format…

Accessibility Tools and Resources at UM

Defining Accessibility The Office of Civil Rights provides a functional definition of accessibility in education: Accessibility is providing students the opportunity to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services as students without disabilities, with substantially equivalent ease of use fully, equally, and independently.…

Accessibility Training for UM Content Creators

Start Here: Blackboard Course Explainer Video Written Instructions To access the course material: Log in to blackboard.olemiss.edu using your WebID and password Find Digital Accessibility at UM course in your Course List Once in the course, select “Web Accessibility” from the left side bar navigation menu Select the module: “Accessibility Training for UM…

Access

Accessibility Statement The University of Mississippi is committed to the provision of reasonable accommodations and modifications to university students with disabilities, staff and faculty, and visitors to campus on an individualized and flexible basis as mandated in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. In…