This is a list of quality tutorials on the general topic of accessibility as it applies specifically to higher education, online courses, quizzes, and instructional tools.
Accessibility answers are offered here in the form of a quiz. Take the quiz, or look over some of the questions to get an idea of how much you already know about web accessibility.
The Division of Information Technology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is among the leaders in web accessibility among higher education institutions. Their office offers several free videos and podcasts related to accessibility. Topic range from adaptive technology to screen reading/magnification to audiocast transcription.
Cal State offers a 20 minute comprehensive video on Web accessibility, as well as several personal video testimonials from students with disabilities who share their experiences in the college classroom.
Cornell's Office of Information Technologies offers a set of slideshows which are good summary instruments, covering almost all of the major talking points for web accessibility. They might be used as an introduction to the topic, or as an outline for teaching others.
This tutorial is comprised of 10 modules that offer information, instructional techniques, and practice labs on how to make the most common needs in distance education accessible for individuals with disabilities, and enhance the usability of online materials for all students.
This discussion list, organized by one of the leaders in web accessibility, can put you into contact with others interested in the accessibility topic. Ask questions of the experts and help out those who are newer to the cause than you.