Digital Accessibility How Tos
The following links will help you start making your content more accessible. The information on these pages is not intended to be complete, but will provide you with a starting place for learning accessibility concepts.
A Note on Accessibility Checkers
While the University is in the process of implementing an accessibility checker for campus-wide use, there are many free tools available on the web.
We recommend using something like the for Chrome or the for Chrome or Firefox.
It is important to note that automated accessibility checkers only catch 20-30% of accessibility issues, and can sometimes give you false positives and false negatives, which is why it is important to also manually test your website.