The University of Nevada, Reno has implemented new rules for course materials, requiring all course content to be accessible. This means all video content needs to have closed captions. While there are numerous questions about these new rules we may not be able to address (e.g., funding), we hare here to help you thorugh the technological aspects of the process.

If you would like to discuss in greater detail or have pressing questions, feel free to stop by the Instructional Design suite in the Knowledge Center (411) or email

Ally accessibility checker for WebCampus

Ally checks course files, provides guidance and makes more-accessible versions of files in WebCampus.

Captioning requests and resources

Options and resources available for getting video content closed-captioned.

Accessibility workshops and training

TLT provides a range of accessibility workshops and trainings for faculty members, from remediating PDFs to creating accessible documents.

University library streaming services

The University of Nevada, Reno library maintains several streaming video services. For information on closed captioning and accessibility of these services, please visit their resource page.

University accessibility portal

The University of Nevada, Reno offers general accessibility resources, guidelines and policy directives in its accessibility section. Please visit this section for accessibility information that applies institution-wide to the University.