Faculty Focus

Accessible web content is usable by all people, regardless of physical or developmental abilities or impairments.

At Brandeis, we have a responsibility to make sure everything we put online — from videos to photos to how we organize content and create links — is as accessible as possible. In these classes, you will learn why accessibility is important and how to make various types of content accessible.

Making course content accessible
Class materials are created using a wide range of media from PowerPoint to video, word processing to specialized tools. Best practices for content creation can be applied across all  materials, however some content types require specific skills to maximize accessibility. You may sign up for modules as appropriate to your teaching style.


Trainings are held in accessible rooms when available. If there currently isn't a session available in an accessible room, please contact us and we can request alternate locations to hold the training or set up more sessions.

Spotlight on syllabi

An introduction to digital accessibility geared towards faculty.

Requires access to Microsoft Word 2016. Software is available for use in the Goldfarb and Farber computer labs and can be downloaded to any Brandeis-owned computer free of charge. See ITS for details.

90 minutes

You will learn
  • an overview of  best practices for digital accessibility for course materials
  • how to create an accessible syllabus in MS Word

New sessions are being planned. Please contact us to let us know you are interested.

Leveraging LATTE

Learn how to get the most out of LATTE for your students. Best practices for content creation will be reinforced while you are introduced to tips, tricks and accessibility tools in LATTE.

Sessions will be planned based on interest.

I am interested in Leveraging LATTE

More modules are under development.