Blackboard Ally integration with Canvas, FLC's learning management system, was completed.
The campus Budget Committee approved a budget request submitted by the Digital Accessibility Committee.
An accessibility infographic was distributed across campus.
Created an accessibility website with accessibility checklists, campus accessibility resources and a 'report an issue' form for students.
Subcommittees were formed to begin work in 4 areas: accessibility website development, committee budget, accessibility metrics and data, and digital accessibility awareness across campus.
Committee partnered with Professional Development Council to facilitate two in-person training sessions around digital accessibility and ADA compliance.
FLC purchased arc media for all faculty and staff. Arc provides video recording, hosting and captioning in order to increase accessibility of videos within Canvas.
Committee finalized and approved the Standards for the Accessibility of Information and Communication Technology. This document is housed in the policy library along with the Accessibility of Information Technology and Digital Content policy.
Committee partnered with Marketing and Communications department to create an “ADA Accessibility Center” infographic to distribute across campus both physically and electronically.
Committee created a revised training course – ADA Compliance 2.0 – and enrolled all faculty and staff at FLC.
The Advisory Committee on the Accessibility of Information Technology and Digital Content was formed. The committee is comprised of 15 members across campus including faculty, staff, and students. The committee will ensure that information technology and digital content created or distributed is accessible to individuals with disabilities. According to the Accessibility of Information Technology and Digital Content policy, the committee will make available training and resources for faculty and staff. The training and resources will include how to make technology/digital content accessible, how to check for accessibility, and how to request assistance. The Information Technology and Digital Accessibility Review Committee shall be responsible for:
(A) developing, maintaining and updating the Standards for the Accessibility of Information Technology and Digital Content,
(B) developing a plan for implementation of these standards,
(C) identifying and distributing best practices and resource information regarding accessible information technology and digital content,
(D) reviewing and making recommendations to the Vice Presidents to grant exceptions to the policy,
(E) determining the content and frequency of trainings and assessing the quality and effectiveness of these trainings, and
(F) reviewing and updating the policy. The Information Technology and Digital Accessibility Review Committee members include faculty, staff, students and administrators.