Who is responsible for making digital content accessible? All of us!
Within our roles as public educators lies the responsibility of making our content accessible to everyone, despite situational, physical, or cognitive limitations. Navigate the process of making your images, videos, links, and web pages accessible by using our resources listed below.
NEW "Introduction to Accessibility" LEARN Online Training Course
We are thrilled to show you our NEW "Introduction to Accessibility" online course in LEARN.
This course was built to address the basic accessibility training needs of all University of Arkansas Division employees.
What will I learn?
- What digital accessibility is
- Why digital accessibility is important
- What we are legally obligated to accomplish
- What tools we have to make our content accessible
Why should I take this course?
- Enrich your knowledge of accessibility. (The more you know, the better you do!)
- Get a course certificate. You can add this to your annual review. (It counts toward your DEIA efforts).
Completing this course should take about 1 hour.
Why do I have to make my content accessible?
How do I make my content accessible?
Still Need Help?
Let us know! We are happy to help you make your content, documents, and webpages more accessible.
Madison Ellis, Accessibility Specialist
Amy Cole, Digital Media Program Manager