Welcome to James Madison University’s Office of Disability Services Alternative Text Program (Alt-Text). The following pages provide a wide range of information for students and faculty about our services.
Traditional course materials, which rely heavily on print (textbooks, exams, syllabi, power point presentations, and websites), can be a barrier to students with certain disabilities.
The Alt-Text Program strives to remove barriers to learning by working with students and faculty to procure, convert, and create course materials in formats that are accessible to individual learners.
Alternative-Text formats that JMU students utilize are:
**The JMU Alt-Text Program is committed to providing information in accessible formats. This website has been designed to be accessible for users requiring assistive technology. It conforms to Level A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, as well as US Section 508 Standards. If you find any part of this website inaccessible or difficult to use, please contact us. Please be sure to include what browser and operating system you are using, as well as the content of any error message you may have gotten.
"The work that you do has made it possible for me to not only graduate from JMU with my Bachelors degree, but my Masters as well."
~ Student User, 4 years