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Lower Columbia College provides equal opportunity to its educational and administrative services, programs, and activities in accordance with federal and state law. Equal opportunity includes appropriate and effective access to technology for students, employees, and community members.
This policy applies to the procurement, development and implementation of instructional, administrative, and communications technologies and content, unless it creates an undue burden on the college. It encompasses, but is not limited to, college websites, learning management tools, student information systems, training materials, instructional materials and assessment tools.
Ensuring equal and effective electronic and information technology access is the responsibility of all college administrators, faculty, and staff.
|Procedure 720.1A||Posting Documents to the Website||VP of Student Services|
|Procedure 720.2A||Accessible Technology Procurement Procedure||Director of Information Technology Services|
|WA RCW 28B.10.912||Students with disabilities|
|WA RCW 49.60||Discrimination-Human Rights Commission|
|WA OCIO Policy 101||Technology Policies and Standards|
|WA OCIO Policy 188||Accessibility|
|SBCTC Policy 3.20.30b||SBCTC Accessible Technology|
|Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)|
|Amendments Act of 2008|
|Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973|
|Section 508 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act|
|WCAG 2.1 Level AA||Web Content Accessibility Guidelines|