Advanced Accessibility Solutions
This section of Academic Web Accessibility is for faculty who are looking for a deeper dive than what we’ve provided in Basic Accessibility Solutions and is intended to deliver more in-depth resources on the laws and standards regarding accessibility. It also offers more advanced strategies for creating learning experiences that incorporate accessibility into a universally inclusive pedagogy. In this section, we offer:
Regulations, Policies, & Standards
Learn about the Americans with Disabilities Act and Rehabilitation Act, USG and KSU policies, and access resources for understanding how they are interpreted into standards for the web.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Read about the introductory concepts of UDL. Plans are in the works for more training opportunities and interactive resources for this important pedagogy.
UDL in Practice
Making specific application of UDL guidelines to your course can be difficult. This resource aims to provide options.
What are Assistive Technologies?
We interact with assistive technologies every day, sometimes without realizing it. Learn more about the technologies students with disabilities may use to access learning materials.
Understanding Accessibility Statements and VPATs
Making sure third-party resources that you use in your course are accessible can be challenging. Learn more about finding and using accessibility statements and VPATs.
Common Technology Accessibility Information
A list of some of the most commonly used technologies with links to accessibility statements, VPATs, and privacy statements.
PDF Accessibility Solutions
An array of resources taking you step by step through a PDF Accessibility Check.