Glendale College seeks to make all programs and services, including electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities.

The California Community College Chancellor's office has charged all community colleges to be responsible, under federal law, for ensuring response to requests for alternate media and has developed the following guidelines:

Guidelines for Producing Instructional and Other Printed Materials in Alternate Media for Persons with Disabilities

Additional Resources:

 Guidelines for Greater Accessibility

ADA Standards for Accessible Design

Chancellor's Office, High Tech Centers Training Unit (HTCTU)

The High Tech Center Training Unit of the California Community Colleges is a state-of-the-art training and support facility for community college faculty wishing to acquire or improve teaching skills, methodologies, and pedagogy in Assistive and Instructional Computer Technology. The Center supports Assistive Computer Technology programs at one-hundred fourteen California community colleges. More than seven thousand students with disabilities are currently enrolled in High Tech Center programs state-wide.

California Virtual Campus (CVC)

The California Virtual Campus serve the California community college system by providing  resources to educational technology in the classroom.

Distance Education Captioning & Transcription (Coc)

Bring your lessons and lectures to a whole new audience with funding now available for 
distance education captioning and transcription!
Distance Education Captioning & Transcription is sponsored by College of the Canyons