- Features of Accessibility
- 2019 Accessibility Timeline
- TBR Accessibility 2018Timeline
- TBR Library Accessibility Plan and Timeline
- Accessibility Conformance and Remediation Form
- AIMT Adoption-Procurement Checklist
- AIMT Procurement Guide
- Alternate Access Plan
- Request for Product Documentation from Vendor
- WCAG2.0 Checklist
- Accessible Instructional Materials & Technology (AIMT) Conformance Webform
- Accessible Instructional Materials Summit (Fall 2014)
In support of the THEC Accessibility Task Force recommendations submitted to the legislature in 2014, the Office of Student Success and Office of Academic Affairs have been engaging campuses in dialogue, training, and assessment activities to make our educational resources more accessible to more students. Below are resources for campus use in discussing accessibility, training faculty and staff to make materials accessible, and assessing each campus' educational materials to meet accessibility standards.THEC Accessibility Task Force Recommendations
In Spring 2015, the TBR Accessibility Task Force was created and began meeting to do an initial assessment of accessibility initiatives to undertake at the system level. Membership of the task force included campus representatives from academic affairs, student affairs, business affairs, and disabiilty services. As well as system staff from academic affairs, business and finance, general counsel, ROCC, TCAT, and communications. Since Fall 2015, each campus has designated it's own accessiblity team responsible for the assessment and implementation of accessibility work at the institutional level. Accessibilty chairs from each campus convene twice a year at the System Office to identify priority work and offer guidance to the System Office and Vice Chancellor for Student Success.
Each institution has an accessibility team responsible for conducting campus audits and creating action steps to meet expectations identified in the Features of Accessibility document.
Campus Training Information
Self register for the Accessibility Training Course used in the Campus Audit training.
Campus Audit Information & Resources
Institutional Audit of Programs of Choice - Due November 16, 2018
Community Colleges will select those programs with the highest enrollment and assess courses within the program.
TCATs will assess their top 5 programs.
Accessible Syllabi Data Report - Last completed March 3, 2017
Audit Team Chairs by Institution
|Institution||Audit Team Chair||Title||Contact Number|
|Chattanooga State||Judy Lowe||AVP Center of Distributed Education||423-697-4792|
|Cleveland State||Juliann Mathis||Director of Disability Services||423-473-2427|
|Columbia State||Wynn Gooch||Disability Services Coordinator||931-540-2857|
|Dyersburg State||Dennis Anderson||Director of Distance Education||731-286-3292|
|Jackson State||Meisha Daniels||Director of Distance Education||731-425-2623|
|Motlow State||Rhonda Cotham; Cindy Logan; Terry Durham|
|Nashville State||Shelley Gross-Gray||Director of Online Learning||615-353-3529|
|Northeast State||Matt DeLozier||Vice President for Student Affairs||423-323-0231|
|Pellissippi State||Annazette Houston||Executive Director of Equity and Compliance||865-539-7401|
|Roane State||Dr. Susan Sutton||Director of the Center of Teaching Arts & Technology & Distance Education||865-882-4658|
|Southwest TN||Scedella "Dell" Clemons||Digital Learning Design & Accessibility Conformance Coordinator||901-333-4279|
|Volunteer State||Dr. George Pimentel||Vice President for Academic Affairs||615-230-3556|
|Walters State||Lora Duvall||Coordinator of Instructional Design and Accessibility||423-318-2773|
To submit revisions for team member names, email Kristina Krau Waymire, Director of Student Initiatives.