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Access: A Quest Toward Inclusion

On-demand accessibility course modules

Join us on our journey to making our community more inclusive and accessible. Together, we will learn new digital skills, discover resources and connect with others embarking on this quest!

Welcome to our on-demand digital accessibility course! This asynchronous, self-paced program allows you to delve into the material at your own convenience, anytime, anywhere. Administered through Brightspace, you'll have access to a wealth of resources and support to guide you through your learning journey.

This non-credit bearing course offers you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills in a variety of areas relating to digital accessibility, all while earning a certificate of completion to showcase your accomplishment. 

You can be a part of something truly special: Join our first pilot session, running from May 16th to June 5th, and be among the first to experience this groundbreaking learning opportunity. Your feedback is invaluable to us as we fine-tune and perfect the course for future participants. Together, let's shape the future of online accessibility learning. 

For Oswego Personnel

SUNY Oswego faculty, staff, and students can self-enroll in this course at any time. Follow the link below for detailed instructions. To begin, login to Brightspace.

For Others

SUNY Oswego will be conducting its external pilot of Access: A Quest for Inclusion beyond our campus in the Summer and Fall of 2024. If you and/or your team would like to be part of this pilot, please email Michele Thornton for details.

Access: A quest toward inclusion

Learning Objectives

  • Create awareness about the need and importance of a proactive approach to Accessibility
  • Build confidence and competency in creating accessible digital content
  • Increase knowledge and skills for decision-making related to choice and evaluation of tools, approaches and resources to share
  • Generate support to promote and lead a more inclusive campus culture


Michele Thornton

[email protected]