Instructional Materials Documents & Links
Instructional Materials Accessibility Plan
Cal State Fullerton has proposed a comprehensive plan to assure the accessibility of electronically delivered instructional materials. Read the document.
Making audio, video and print media accessible sometimes requires getting the permission of the copyright holder or owner of the material in question. Be clear about what's required before posting material on the web. Copyright issues concerning media, textbooks, YouTube, and captioning. and other copyright concerns are covered in this Copyright FAQ compiled by the legal staff at the Chancellor's Office.
Instructional material delivered via the web must be accessible. Lynda.com web training modules are available online from any campus networked computer. No login is required. http://www.calstate.edu/accessibility/tutorials/lynda/
Video Presentation: Justice Carlos R. Moreno
The Accessible Technology Initiative places us in a leadership position in higher education. Other colleges and universities will follow our lead and will benefit from the methods we develop to implement its requirements. Our leadership has attracted the attention of people from outside the CSU system. Please take a few moments to view a short video from California Supreme Court Justice Carlos Moreno commending the CSU for for its efforts. View the video.