This move will provide accessible digital media and course content for more than 13,000 students campuswide.
Rose State College has selected YuJa Inc., a provider of ed-tech solutions, and the YuJa Panorama Digital Accessibility Platform to help provide accessible digital media and course content to more than 13,000 students campuswide.
“We’re excited for Rose State College to provide instructors with more freedom in managing their course work and media, as well as to provide a better, more inclusive learning experience for students,” said Nathan Arora, chief business officer at YuJa Inc. “We’re committed to providing tools that make accessibility a default while driving inclusivity and promoting learning.”
The institution, located in Midwest City, Oklahoma, was seeking an accessibility tool that could automate and manage workflows, provide comprehensive reporting and integrate with the Canvas learning management system. YuJa’s Accessibility Platform enables content creators to pinpoint and correct accessibility issues as content is created and automatically generates accessible versions of all uploaded documents. YuJa Panorama provides users with customized website accessibility profiles that can be applied to any web page and saved for future sessions.