AbstractThe potential of the Internet to deliver instruction should not be underestimated.However, Internet use raises a number of issues, including equitable access. The Americans withDisabilities Act (ADA) requires that programs in the United States be made accessible toqualified participants with disabilities and the ADA accessibility requirements apply to Internetresources. Distance learning course developers should, therefore, take steps to assure that theircourses are accessible to students with a wide range of disabilities. But, what does this mean fora course offered over the Internet? This paper discusses access issues and provides an exampleof an accessible course that is currently offered via the Internet.