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Digital Accessibility

Creating and maintaining accessible websites, applications and digital assets requires collaboration between designers, developers, content providers and, in some cases, vendors. In order to ensure equal access to information for all people, digital content managers should be familiar with web accessibility standards and principles. For more detailed information, view our web accessibility assessment resources for web content creators, developers and designers and resources for course instructors, or visit the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 website.

Guidelines and Issue Reporting

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Report a Digital Issue

Report a digital accessibility issue or provide feedback using the form in our Get Help section. The Office of Equity will review your request.
Report an Accessibility Issue

Training opportunities

Find accessibility training options and information on Universal Design for Learning in our Accessibility website Training Opportunities page in the Resources section.