Policies and procedures and forms relating to the provision of alternate media. See also Section Six for more resources on Alternate Media
The California Community Colleges have a contractual relationship with Learning Ally, which is a major provider of audiobooks for students with print disabilities. To access your college’s free membership or to find out more about the service, visit this website. Contact information is provided for the CCC’s Learning Ally representative.
The CCC Accessibility Center proactively assesses the California community college system’s web and information technology accessibility needs and offers services, guidance and technical assistance to help colleges in realizing an accessible technology environment.
The Alternate Text Production Center supports the California Community Colleges by providing alternate media for print materials needed by students with disabilities.
Frequently Asked Questions About the June 29, 2010, Dear Colleague Letter. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, 2011
Addendum to original Guidelines published in 2000, this document updates procedures and processes to be consistent with the Section 508 Refresh regarding accessibility of alternate text materials.
Chancellor’s Office. (2002) – Closed Captioning of Audiovisual Materials in Video Format- Responses to questions raised regarding access to audiovisual materials.
Chancellor’s Office. (2017)
Chancellor’s Office (January, 2011) Still most current version, accessible format.