CSU campuses have provided a nice selection of supportive resources about the basics of web site accessibility. These can be used to enhance your training efforts.
Jim Thatcher provides a course that covers Federal Laws as well as Ethics.
A presentation by CSU Channel Islands covers the state laws. Created 2008. Contact: Peter Mosinskis, IT Consultant, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quick overview of the best practices for accessibility requirments and issues.
Last Updated: 11/07/08. Contact: CSU Cal Poly, ITS - Service Desk.
Handout for workshop on Web Accessibility. Created: 2008. Contact: Sacramento State, Academic Technology & Creative Services, (916) 278-6011.
Includes information on testing, java script, style sheets, images, validation, and general tips. Created: 2008, CSU Fresno. Contact: email@example.com.
Handout to support professional development sessions on the common obstacles and solutions of making web sites accessible. A section of evaluating your website is included as well as other resources.
Created by: Sac State, Academic Technology and Creative Services, 2008, (916) 278-6011.
Created: May 2008. Contact: Cal Poly, SLO, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PowerPoint presentation on basic web design principles. Created: 2008. Contact: Cindy Compean, email@example.com.
For web content developers, page authors, site designers, etc.)
Gain an appreciation of web accessibility by understanding the user perspective. WebAIM, (435) 797-7024.
The place to start if you need to a comprehensive understanding web accessibility.
WebAIM provides information on using a screenreader to evaluate the accessibility of web content. Created by: WebAIM, (435) 797-7024.
Primer on web accessibility published by WebAIM.
This is intended to be your one-stop location for Policies, Guidelines, White-papers and more covering the general topic of online accessibility.
WebAIM article on a "perceivable, operable, understsandable, and robust" website.
A WebAIM Tutorial. Created by: WebAIM, (435) 797-7024.
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