Enhancing Digital Accessibility

The Office of Digital Learning is committed to ensuring equitable access for all of our digital users per the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, and Section 504/Section 508 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act as amended. We want to help guide you in locating, developing, and evaluating digital course elements to ensure they are accessible.

How to Think About Accessibility

At UTSA, one of our core values is inclusion.  We must ensure equitable access to digital materials and content for all.  An accessible document or course means anyone with or without a disability, can engage with your content. The law mandates accessibility, but we hope to help you view accessibility through the lens of inclusion. We’re here to help show you how.

We provide resources for creating accessible content, utilizing Universal Design Principles to increase access for all students, and we offer services to help you along the way.  Think of this as a journey.  It doesn’t matter where you start; any effort toward accessibility will make an impact.

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Where to Begin?

Additional Services

Course Evaluation


After you have revised your course to meet requirements, submit your course for an accessibility evaluation. 

We act as another set of eyes to review your online course orientation, module 1, and module 2 sections for accessibility issues. Then we will guide you on how to make necessary changes.


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A remediation walk-through or consult is a great way to get guidance on a single type of accessibility issue or information on meeting accessibility guidelines when using UTSA-approved software.

Group Workshop

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Schedule a small group or department workshop to learn about different accessibility topics!