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Accessibility in Canvas

Canvas provides ways to design and organize materials in many ways: via files, modules, pages, the syllabus, etc. One of the best ways to organize material is in modules. Modules act as folders; they allow you to chunk materials and assessments together by topic week.

Chunking material (putting it into sections, on separate pages, etc.) is a helpful way for people to see patterns and make connections between concepts. Chunking materials also helps separate longer lessons into smaller pieces with the scaffolding necessary to support success.

Canvas Modules Overview

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UDL in Canvas

UDOIT (Universal Design Online Inspection Tool) - scan your course for accessibility errors

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