Community

About the Program

The Accessibility Network empowers the UC community to create accessible, inclusive university web sites and eLearning environments for learners with all ranges of abilities. This program will drive the establishment and sustainability of eAccessibility as part of our core commitment to provide an inclusive student environment.

Our program includes representatives from across the university including the Office of the Provost, Accessibility Resources Clifton, Accessibility Resources Blue Ash, Accessibility Resources Clermont, Office of Equity and Inclusion, Governmental Relations and University Communications, IT@UC, Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, Office of General Council, Faculty Senate, representatives from each UC college, and many more.

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Nelson Vincent: VP for Information
Technology & CIO, IT@UC

"The Accessibility Network is about building the capacity with faculty, staff, students and stakeholders so we can successfully embrace the opportunities of universal design for learning and electronic accessibility for all members and prospective members of the university community.

Our goal is to come together to transform and embrace adaptive and accommodating technology to complement all aspects of academic engagement at the University of Cincinnati."

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Accessibility Articles

Accessibility for electronic content is a large subject. Below are some recommended reading materials to help you understand more about it.

For more information on how to connect with a representative of the Accessibility Network, please email Accessibility.Network@uc.edu

Software & Applications

Digital Course Content