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The College of Idaho is committed to providing an educational environment that is accessible to the needs of its students with disabilities.  According to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, facilities, educational and co-curricular programs, campus activities and employment opportunities must be made accessible to qualified individuals with disabilities. Therefore, all faculty and teaching staff have a responsibility to ensure that each course is accessible.

The Department of Accessibility & Learning Excellence (DALE) has put together these resources to help guide faculty and staff in working with our students with disabilities.


Create a Welcoming Classroom

Review our tips for creating a welcoming classroom climate.

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Universal Design

Learn how to incorporate universal design into your classroom.

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Got a Question?

Let us answer questions you may have regarding making education accessible.

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Accessible Educational Material

Learn how to make your course documents more accessible.

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