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For guidance or help, reach out to a member of the LibGuide Accessibility Committee:

Springshare Help

Springshare has created the resource Accessibility for LibGuides. This page has helpful links and a detailed tutorial video that reviews LibGuide design. Topics covered include;

  • Adding accessible content
  • Customizing guide design for accessibility
  • Reviewing your site using testing tools

W3C Help

W3C offers the free online course Digital Accessibility Foundations. The course is structured so that you can focus on the topics that you are most interested in. For example, you can choose to focus on:

  • Coding web applications to meet international W3C standards.
  • Designing interfaces to meet the needs of people with disabilities, including older users.
  • Writing a business case to present to management.
  • Advocating for accessibility by understanding real-life experiences of how accessibility is essential for some, and useful for all.
  • Managing accessibility in projects and in organizations.
  • Checking web pages for basic accessibility issues and improving accessibility.

Digital Accessibility Training via LinkedIn Learning

Expand your knowledge on digital accessibility with the following courses offered via LinkedIn Learning (free for UCF students and employees).