Accessible Online Content

Learn more about how to make online content accessible - for your websites, online courses, and more.

Web pages

Find information on how to make web page content accessible:


Learn how to make popular types of files accessible online:

  • PDF (Acrobat Pro, scan to Google Drive)
  • Word documents 
  • PowerPoint presentations

Video and audio

Find out how to caption video and audio media in popular applications or get help with captioning your media.

  • Panopto 
  • YouTube

Web applications

Google Mountaineer Apps

It is important that accessibility is considered when using the G Suite tools for online collaboration, organization, and productivity with the campus community. View the G Suite user guide to accessibility or contact IT Support Services for help.

AsULearn (online courses)

There are a variety of tools in AsULearn that can be used to make online course content accessible - such as the accessibilitly checker and the screenreader helper in the text editor, as well as overrides to extend time for online quizzes. Visit AsULearn Support to learn more  or contact the Center for Academic Excellence for support.

Drupal (department websites)

Contact Web Services for assistance with accessibility in Drupal.

Networking and communication tools

The guides for creating accessible online content provided here apply to any framework where content will be consumed online. The accessibility tools provided in any communication application (i.e. MailChimp, iContact, iModules, AppSync, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) should be utilized to ensure these requirements are met.

Digital Signage

Visit the Digital Signage website for more information about mounting accessibility guidelines and creating accessible slides.