Guidance and sample language for agencies looking to include accessibility requirements and/or guidance in communications with publishers and developers of digital materials and technologies.
Explanation of what "accessible" means, and how it differs from terms such as assistive technology and accommodations.
This page is meant to be an entry point into the creation of accessible content with familiar tools such as Microsoft Office and Google Docs.
Learn how to make your posts on a number of social media platforms more accessible by including alternative text for images, properly using hashtags to make your posts searchable and more.
Overview of OER with a demonstraton of how to create accessible OER with Open Author and the introduction of a protocol for the curation of accessible OER.
Practical tips for implementing the four principles of accessibility that are the foundation for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Self-paced module on the creation of accessible documents and presentations.
Self-paced module on the selection, use and creation of videos with high-quality captions that support access and learning for everyone.
Information and video tutorials to help teachers and students take advantage of built-in features, apps and extensions on a variety of devices to support a personalized and accessible reading experience for everyone.
The availability of high-quality Open Educational Resources (OER) plays an important role in addressing equity issues in education. For its full potential to be realized for every learner, however, OER must be more than openly licensed at a reasonable cost. They must also be usable across the variability that learners bring to any learning environment. The purpose of the Protocol for Curating Accessible OER is to provide detailed yet easily implemented techniques for evaluating the accessibility of OER in a variety of formats, including Microsoft Word, Google Workspace and PDF documents, websites and instructional videos.
The Protocol for Curating Accessible OER is provides detailed yet easy to implement techniques for evaluating the accessibility of OER content in a number of formats.