Accessibility and Disability Accommodations at Study.com

Instructor: Jeff Calareso

Jeff teaches high school English, math and other subjects. He has a master's degree in writing and literature.

This online resource provides information about accessibility features on Study.com. It also provides an overview of Study.com's disability accommodations.

Accessibility at Study.com

Study.com's core mission is to make education more accessible to people everywhere. See below for the ways Study.com makes our content accessible for all types of students and educators:

  • Study.com content is entirely available online and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection.
  • Study.com lessons can be downloaded via the mobile app and accessed when there is no internet connection available.
  • All videos lessons have an accompanying transcript for the hearing impaired or for students who prefer written copies of lessons.
  • All Study.com video lessons have been closed captioned.
  • Study.com lessons can be navigated by screen readers, especially on the lesson pages, for the vision-impaired.
  • Videos can be replayed as many times as needed, and video speed can be sped up or slowed down.
  • Lesson transcripts and quizzes are available to print, permitting offline use.
  • SoftwareSecure, used for proctored finals, pairs with screen readers for the vision-impaired.

Disability Accommodations:

If you have a disability for which you are or may be requesting an accommodation, you are encouraged to contact the Study.com team as early as possible in the course completion process. We will verify your disability and determine reasonable accommodations for the course you are taking.

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