Learn More about Accessibility

Are you creating electronic documents, digital course content, or website materials? You will need to incorporate elements into your materials to make them accessible to individuals with disabilities, including (but not limited to) people with hearing, mobility, cognitive or visual impairments.

Included on this page are resources to learn more about accessibility either through online learning or in-person workshops.

Visit the IT@UC Innovations & Partnerships website

Noelle Bareswilt: Quality Assurance Analyst
IT@UC Innovations and Partnerships

"While the ultimate goal is to create a culture where inclusive and universal design is completely proactive, it is necessary to first make sure that any content that already exists is accessible to everyone, be it faculty, staff, students, or the public. The remediation process allows us to take inventory of what we have and complete any changes necessary to make our environment an inclusive one."

Online Classes

In-Person Workshops

eAccessibility Web Author Open Labs

The Accessibility Network is offering in-person consultation sessions for AEM web authors participating in the remediation process during our eAccessibility Open Lab hours. We hope you can join us to work one-on-one with remediation support specialists to help update your websites for accessibility.

Consultants will be available to answer questions about:

  • Understanding the Worldspace scan
  • Alt descriptions for images
  • Headings
  • Color Contrast
  • Descriptive links
  • Video Captioning
  • Accessible PDF files
  • And more!

Contact Rebecca at formore information.

Need a refresher before you come? Please visit the Accessibility Network website for articles and resources on eAccessibility. Or, revisit eAccessibility: An Introduction, a course in Blackboard introducing basic eAccessibility concepts.

In Person Consultation

Schedule a one-on-one session for you or your department. Contact