An Equally Effective Alternate Access Plan (EEAAP) is a valuable resource that an institution can use if it is necessary to buy, develop, or use a technology that is not fully accessible. This plan describes how to provide alternate access to the same information or services offered by a less-than-accessible technology. Having an EEAAP in place for technologies that are not fully accessible will help ensure that all students will have fair and equal access in a timely manner as required by law.
Please see the Equally Effective Alternate Access Plan (EEAAP) for each of our electronic library databases below:
This content was taken from the UDL ON CAMPUS · Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education website.
|LACCD College Library||Library Chair Contact|
|East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Library||Choonhee Rhim|
|Los Angeles City College (LACC) Library||Dorothy Fuhrman|
|Los Angeles Harbor College (LAHC) Library||Jonathon Lee|
|Los Angeles Mission College (LAMC) Library||Albert Ybarra|
|Los Angeles Pierce College (LAPC) Library||Marisa Diehl|
|Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC) Library||Parisa Samaie|
|Los Angeles Trade-Tech College (LATTC) Library||Robert King|
|Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) Library||Cynthia Cohen|
|West Los Angeles College (WLAC) Library||Susan Trujillo|