Faculty & Staff Accessibility
Not only is having accessible content on the web and in course materials required by federal and state laws and Chancellor's Office Initiatives, having accessible online content is benefits all viewers who access your materials! Many different learning styles benefit from having accessible documents/content including and all users will greatly appreciate having multiple ways of accessing your content's information.
Accessible content is beneficial for:
- Mobile devices
- Non-Native English speakers
- Students with disabilities
- Viewers with poor internet connections
Creating highly-accessible, universal designs that can be viewed in as many ways as possible is critical to the success of a website.
Submitting your content for accessibility checking and/or editing is an easy process! Simply fill out the Accessibility Form and submit it for processing. Depending on what type of site you submit for processing, you will either have the edits made for you or have suggested edits be communicated to you.
- Still unclear about the process or have a question? Check the FAQ for more information.