The following resources may assist you in learning more about digital accessibility.
Tutorials and Resources
BCcampus. (2019). Inclusive Design Webinar Series. Retrieved from https://bccampus.ca/2019/03/12/inclusive-design-webinar-series/
Book Industry Study Group. BISG guide to accessible publishing and cheat sheets. Retrieved from https://bisg.org/store/ViewProduct.aspx?id=13534677
Center for Accessible Technology, University of Alabama. (2016-2020). Remediation and accessibility training for documents and web content. [Videos]. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2Pvr5yE
CUNY Libraries. Accessibility toolkit for open educational resources. Retrieved from https://guides.cuny.edu/accessibility
Digital A11y. Digital accessibility courses roundup. Retrieved from https://www.digitala11y.com/digital-accessibility-courses-roundup/
Duke Web Accessibility. How to do an assessment. Retrieved from https://web.accessibility.duke.edu/learn/how-do-assessment
Google. Udacity web accessibility course. Retrieved from https://www.udacity.com/course/web-accessibility–ud891
Orbis Cascade Alliance, DUX Team. Accessibility toolkit.
Portland State University. Digital accessibility basics training series. Retrieved from https://www.pdx.edu/accessibility/training#basics-series
Spina, C., & Cohen, M. (2018). SPEC Kit 358: Accessibility and universal design. Retrieved from https://publications.arl.org/Accessibility-Universal-Design-SPEC-Kit-358/
Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education. Accessibility and open educational resources.
Wolfe, A. (2020). Accessibility across the curriculum. A Wolfe Works. Retrieved from https://accessibilityacrosscurriculum.awolfeworks.com/
Accessing Higher Ground. Retrieved from https://accessinghigherground.org/about/
CSUN Assistive Technology Conference. Retrieved from https://www.csun.edu/cod/conference/sessions/
Designing for Digital. Retrieved from https://designingfordigital.com/
GW Ethics in Publishing Conference. Retrieved from https://www.cps.gwu.edu/gw-ethics-publishing-conference [Past sessions at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOcsYgb-7_74h0wJyHAJ_1w/videos]
University of Guelph Accessibility Conference. Retrieved from https://opened.uoguelph.ca/accessibility-conference
ACRL Universal Accessibility Interest Group. Retrieved from https://lists.ala.org/sympa/info/uniaccess
Adapt-L: Focuses on adaptive technology and libraries. To subscribe, send a message with a blank subject line to email@example.com. In the body of the message type “subscribe adapt-L Firstname Lastname.”
Axslib-l: Focuses on issues surrounding access to libraries by people with disabilities. To subscribe, send a message with a blank subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of the message type “subscribe axslib Firstname Lastname.”
WAI Interest Group: Retrieved from https://www.w3.org/WAI/about/groups/waiig/
WebAIM E-mail Discussion List. Retrieved from https://webaim.org/discussion/