The College of Education (COE) is committed to making reasonable efforts to make its web pages accessible to persons with disabilities in accordance with state and federal laws and CSU policy.
Report a Problem or Send Feedback
If you experience any difficulty in accessing content on a COE website or need the information in an accessible alternate format, please contact [email protected] with the following information:
- The page or site you are trying to access (full URL please)
- The difficulty you encountered
- Possible solutions or workarounds that might assist you
If you believe that an SDSU course uses instructional materials such as textbooks, electronic documents, or other related materials that are not adequately accessible and would like to request materials in accessible formats, please contact Severino Reyes, Coordinator of Alternative Media and Assistive Technology.
If you believe that SDSU rooms, pathways, signs or other facilities are not adequately accessible, please contact SDSU Facilities to report the issue.
COE actively monitors all web pages using Cyxtera's Compliance Sheriff in order to ensure content conforms to section 508 accessibility requirements and the CSU ATI standard which is based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0standard, a more rigorous standard than the 508 standard. WCAG 2.0 summarizes web accessibility using four broad design principles:
- Content must be perceivable.
- Interface elements in the content must be operable.
- Content and controls must be understandable.
- Content must be robust enough to work with current and future technologies.
Accessible Technology Initiative
The SDSU Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI), is an intrinsic component of our campuses commitment to ensure access to our information and electronic resources to all individuals, regardless of disabilities.
For more information and resources for faculty/
- SDSU Disability Access Compliance Committee
- SDSU Student Disability Services
- SDSU Instructional Materials
- Accessibility Policies