Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (CAFE)



Cal Poly Pomona is committed to providing access to information resources and technologies to individuals with disabilities. To ensure courses are accessible to all users, instructional materials must be delivered in a manner that is equally effective for individuals with disabilities as without disabilities.

Faculty have a large role to play in creating accessible learning materials, and the campus has many resources to help. To learn more about accessibility, see the Chancellor’s Office Accessible Technology website. To learn more about our campus policies and resources, see the Disability Resource Center website.

Captioning Videos

No action is needed by faculty in regards to captioning video content - this is being taken care of automatically by IT/MediaVision.

  • Kaltura content in classes with a DRC student needing an accommodation will receive human-based captioning. This is done automatically as IT/MediaVision is working in conjunction with the DRC to identify courses with these needs.
  • All content on Kaltura regardless of enrolled student types receive auto-generated machine captioning.