Short Online Course – Accessible and Inclusive Electronic Content
- The ATRC has developed an online course covering the foundations of electronic accessibility.
- The three-week introductory course is asynchronous, hosted in Canvas.
- It is offered through TILT in the Best Practices in Teaching series, and is eligible for 5 domain experience units in the Inclusive Pedagogy track.
- The course is free for both faculty and staff.
- Staff are welcome and encouraged to register as the course is not limited to teaching roles.
- Registration information for Best Practices in Teaching: Accessible and Inclusive Electronic Content.
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Self-Paced SiteImprove Modules
- We are able to assign self-paced trainings to individuals through our SiteImprove license. Please use the contact form to request information about these training opportunities.
- These targeted training modules are beneficial for those who have an immediate need to learn about accessibility and are unable to wait for the TILT course.
Tutorials on this Website
- Visit the Tutorials and Best Practices portion of this website for self-guided tutorials.
- Both written and video tutorials are available.
- The ATRC provides one-on-one consultations for content editors on request.
- Consultations include follow-ups from the online training and topics not included in the online course.
- One-on-one training is also available for faculty learning how to meet required accommodations.
- The ATRC frequently presents at venues such as PDIs and the Diversity Symposium.
- Electronic accessibility overview presentations are available by request.
External Training Resources
- WebAIM has a comprehensive offering of tutorials on their website. This is an excellent resource for those going beyond what our website covers.
- WebAIM: Accessible Documents Course. This is a paid course, and a good option for those who want to go beyond the basics that we cover in our online course.
- AccessibilityOz Document Courses – AccessibilityOz offers paid courses on both Word and PDF accessibility.
- Deque University Document Courses – Deque offers paid courses on a variety of document types including Word, PDF, Excel, PowerPoint, EPUB, and InDesign.
- Monsido training is available with our license. Contact us for information.
- SiteImprove Accessibility Hub
- w3c: Digital Accessibility Foundations. This is a free online course for web content managers and web developers.
- w3c Accessibility Fundamentals. The w3c also has free training materials to help web developers understand how to apply WCAG2 guidelines.
- WebAIM: Web Accessibility Virtual Training. This is a paid course.
- AccessibilityOz Web Courses – AccessibilityOz offers a variety of paid courses including WCAG2 standards for content managers, for web developers, and video accessibility.
- Deque University Web Courses – Deque offers a full curriculum on web accessibility covering a variety of in-depth topics including AJAX and ARIA and mobile apps.
Testing for Accessibility
Learn how to test websites and applications for accessibility.