Rights and Responsibilities
Some postsecondary institutions, including their online learning programs, have faced legal action in the form of resolutions or lawsuits related to the accessibility of IT and online learning to students with disabilities. The following pages provide information that can help institutions apply lessons learned to their own accessibility efforts.
- Who's Responsible for Accessibility of Online Courses?
See this resource for an example of how one campus delegates responsibilities for specific aspects of online course development and delivery.
- Resolution Agreements and Lawsuits Review legal cases related to the inaccessibility of technology in postsecondary education.
- Legal Cases by Issue
See a list of key issues that have surfaced in legal resolution agreements involving postsecondary education institutions and technology accessibility.
- Other Legal Resources
Explore resources to help students and educators more fully understand their rights and responsibilities.