Shifting from reactive to proactive: An accessibility review and revision project

Donovan Frazier


The University of California (UC)-Riverside, frequently incorporates digital learning objects into classes to complement instruction. The library’s Department of Teaching and Learning Services designs many of these digital learning objects (DLOs) so they can be implemented into course portals such as Blackboard and Canvas. This is so a wider student base can be reached by the teaching and learning department than we can fit in a traditional classroom. The advantage of this approach is that students all receive consistent information regarding library services, research process, and many other subjects. Many DLOs have been made over the past couple of years but hadn’t been updated or systematically reviewed.

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