And What It Means for Online Education Background: University’s Online Courses Deemed Inaccessible On August 30, 2016, the Department of Justice informed University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) that large segments of UC Berkeley’s free, publicly available online content was not accessible to individuals with hearing, vision, or manual disabilities. The DOJ’s letter to university administration stated that UC Berkeley’s courses were in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act[…]READ MORE about The Berkeley Web Accessibility Ruling…
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