Tutorials and Training

Web accessibility awaress is growing and the Internet is filled with resources that can aid you in the development of web accessible content. Most web content can be made accessible by following a few basic principles and techniques. Use appropriate alternative text for images and media. Caption and transcribe videos and audio. Structure your content by using headings, tables, and lists properly. Write clearly and use fonts that are easy to read. Don't rely on color for information. Make sure web forms can be submitted without a mouse and that all form fields are correctly labeled with the <label> tag. These are just a few of the techniques to follow. Learn about these and more from the following resources.

Campus Resources

Online Tutorials

  • WebAIM - one of the largest online resources on web accessibility
  • Documents and media - online tutorials for making non HTML files accessible

Video Training