by Chris Aldin
Accessibility is an important topic on the minds of today’s institutions due to an increased demand for more options and flexibility around how students learn. This is especially true when it comes to the digital course content that students are consuming daily. But with vast amounts of courses and content, how do you know where to start when it comes to improving accessibility? Up until now, it has been hard for organizations to identify and focus on scalable ways to address these challenges. Building processes and systems from the ground up can be very expensive and presents resource roadblocks that are hard to overcome. Couple these roadblocks with the wide variety of tools available to tackle different parts of the problem and you will realize how hard it can be to narrow down which approach works best.