In recent years, education entities have seen a rise in complaints coming from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) specifically on the accessibility of web and digital materials. I recently heard of one advocate who has initiated almost 1,500 complaint letters into OCR. The momentum is not likely to decrease, even as the current administration shifts some funding away from these offices. The advocacy groups, and the attorneys, are still out there working to strengthen accessibility for their constituents.
Archives - November, 2017
When Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) decided they wanted to benchmark their online program against others, they came to OLC. Their original intention was to identify areas for continuous improvement that could help them strengthen their program using recognized best Read More >
Congratulations to Renee Ford, Learning Designer at Penn State University, Smeal College of Business, who was randomly chosen our #OLCVideo contest winner! As the winner, Renee receives $150 towards her OLC Accelerate 2017 conference registration. In case you missed it, Read More >