Campus is dedicated to enhancing the accessibility of our courses. We are currently undergoing an accessibility remediation project where we are actively updating our courses to ensure they align with accessibility standards. Our primary objective is to ensure that all course content can be easily accessed through screen readers, making it available to a wide range of individuals. We are committed to continuous improvement, incorporating feedback and new information to optimize our courses. Additionally, we are reevaluating course activities and interactive elements to ensure keyboard compatibility and screen reader compatibility. We are committed to enhancing the accessibility of our existing courses, but also designing our new courses in Collection 2 with accessibility as a central focus. Furthermore, we are dedicated to providing high-quality transcripts for all video and audio content in our new courses. It should also be noted that we strive for conformance to WCAG 2.1 (soon 2.2) AA accessibility standards.
When developing Campus courses, we embrace the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework. Our objective is to make knowledge accessible to all learners and empower them to feel confident in their knowledge and skills. Recognizing the diverse ways in which people learn, we employ the UDL framework to enhance teaching and learning for everyone involved. Many of our decisions, from content selection to its presentation, are influenced by the principles of the UDL framework. We are committed to implementing exceptional pedagogy and instructional design practices to mold learners into motivated, resourceful, knowledgeable, and goal-oriented individuals.
At Campus, our top priority is to ensure that our content is accessible, inclusive, and engaging for all. We understand that online learning is an ever-changing field, and we remain open to continuous improvement around best practice in accessibility and universal design. We encourage collaboration with our learners and experts in the field to continually refine and improve our courses. Our commitment to accessibility and good learning design is an ongoing journey, and we are dedicated to making the learning experience enriching and accessible to all.
Find out more information on accessibility in our Sage Campus Accessibility Guide.
If you have any comments, questions, or feedback about the accessibility of Sage Campus, Sage’s accessibility team would love to hear from you. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.