Information for Faculty

Instructor Resources: Accessibility, Tools, Disability Information

#1: Faculty Form to Submit a Test to SDS/Accommodated test proctoring


Scroll down for multiple resources and links:

  • Accessible online/remote/hybrid teaching resources for students with disabilities
  • UMBC SDS information and tools
  • Disability Resources for instructors — external links

UMBC Instructors: Disability Accommodation Guidelines/FAQs

UMBC SDS Information & Tools

SDS Faculty Memo Fall 2024

SDS Statement Recommended for UMBC Course Syllabi

SDS Note-Taking Assistance Information for Faculty

SDS Audio Recording of Lecture Agreement

SDS guidelines for Captioning/Transcription of Classroom Materials

Faculty Form to Submit a Test to SDS

SDS Faculty Test Submission Instructions & FAQ

Request ADA/Section 504 Training or Consultation


Accessible Teaching Resources

**UMBC Training for Faculty Teaching Online (PIVOT)**

Digital Accessibility at UMBC

Electronic & Information Resource Accessibility (Office of Equity & Civil Rights)

How to Caption Videos in Panopto

Tips for Accessible Presentations (external link)

Faculty Course Accessibility Checklist (external link)

How to Create Accessible Course Documents (external link)

Free AEM Webinars on Accessible Distance Education (external link)

20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course (external link)

Accessibility Checklist for webpages and course materials (external link)

Microsoft 365 Accessibility upgrades 2022- download add-ons here

External Links: Disability resources for instructors

Academic Accommodations for Students with Learning Disabilities

Disability Etiquette

Digital & Web Accessibility Training

Working with Interpreters in Your Classroom

When Faculty Are TOO Accommodating

Working with Students with Autism

Tips for teaching college students who are blind or low vision