The 5 Core skills have the power to dramatically improve the accessibility of your websites, documents, and presentations.
When building a website, it is important to keep accessibility in mind so that people with disabilities get the information they need.
While making things accessible doesn’t have to be difficult, remediating inaccessible documents requires more time. By making content that is “born accessible,” you can preserve accessible features across mediums.
Virtual events are great tools for accessibility; they remove barriers such as travel, mobility, and cost.
Designing an accessible course starts with the course design. Think about barriers before you create the course.
The same best practices that make your documents and websites accessible work on Canvas, too. UDOIT and the Accessibility checker can help, but there’s no substitute for knowledge.
Information Technology Services (ITS) and Procurement can help you work with vendors and contractors to get accessible results.
Our repository of common accessibility issues, solutions and recommended tools
Find more tools and guidance at accessibility.umich.edu, the university’s repository for digital accessibility knowledge.