Digital Accessibility

Digital content is considered accessible when all users, regardless of physical or developmental abilities or impairments, are able to access the presented information. Class materials are created using a wide range of media from PowerPoint to video, word processing to specialized tools.

Accessibility best practices apply to all digital content you create, whether on your website, LATTE or other sites used for class, as well as any documents, slide presentations, videos, audio, etc.

What We Do

  • Serve as an advocate for digital accessibility on campus

  • Set and enforce the university's digital accessibility guidelines

  • Train university faculty, staff and students to make digital materials accessible

  • Manage relationships with third-party accessibility vendors

How to Reach Us

Things to Remember

  • It's the law. Websites are considered places of public accommodation and must therefore comply with Title III of the federal Americans With Disabilities Act.

  • Hop on the "train." Asynchronous workshops are available in LATTE (UNet login req.).

  • PDFs are a last resort. If at all possible, convert your PDFs to html pages.

Frequently Asked Questions