What Does Ally Do?
Learn about the features of Ally that can help you improve your course accessbility.
Remediate Course Content
Ally can help you make changes to your course content that will improve its overall accessibility.
Students in your courses can download alternative formats of course content, including audio recordings and accessible PDFs.
Ally will give your course content an accessibility score, letting you see how accessible or inaccessible elements of your course are for students.
Ally allows us to track our overall accessibility over time so that we know how much we’ve improved and where we still have room to do better.
Ally and Accessibility at COD
College of DuPage took part in the Ally Road to IncluCity Tour in the fall of 2019. This video was part of the visit and shares some of the accessibility experiences of students and faculty on our campus.
How Are Students and Faculty Using Ally?
While Ally was operational in Summer of 2019, most students and faculty weren’t really aware of it and usage was low. As such, the Fall term was our first full term of use, and we were able to pull a lot of really interesting data from that experience.
The good news? Our Ally usage was great! Students downloaded thousands of files and faculty made hundreds of course materials more accessible.
Let Us Help You!
Remediating everything in your course can be daunting– let us help you through the process! We can add captions, help you with PDFs, and take you through the process of using Ally to improve your access scores. Make an appointment with LT by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.