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What is ADA and why do I need to make my digital resources accessible?
Diversity, Equity, Inclusiveness (DEI)
DEI Best Practices and Strategies
Fully Online Pathways
We currently have 19 pathways that are fully online:
Our DE Vision
As a leader in quality online teaching and learning, Kapi‘olani Community College fosters supportive online communities for engaging, authentic and transformative learning experiences that both prepare and empower students for their futures.
Our DE Mission
Kapi‘olani Community College provides open access quality online learning experiences with genuine human connections.
2022-2027 DE Plan
The final draft of the 2022-2027 DE Plan has been approved.
Contact for Support
ITS Helpdesk 24/7
Help with Laulima, Google Workspace, Banner, and any instructional technology.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (808) 956-8883
CELTT Instructional Design & Support
Help with the design and/or development of any course delivered using technology.
Help with hardware, web conferencing, or classroom technology.
- Adobe Acrobat Pro DC (UH System)
- Go2knowledge (Kapi‘olani CC License until 2023)
- LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com, UH System)
- Padlet Pro (Kapi‘olani CC)
- Zoom Pro (UH System)
UH is committed to ADA
Kapi‘olani CC ADA Policy
Hence, all digital instructional materials and interactions in distance education should provide means for equivalent learning experience to all students. All web-based instructional content should be in compliance with Section 508 Standards and meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA.
Kapi‘olani Community College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.