Accessibility Checklists

The EDUCAUSE IT Accessibility Community Group recently shared a few online accessibility resources and one, in particular, seems to be extremely useful. The WUHCAG (the verbal pronunciation of the guidelines acronym WCAG) website has a list of accessibility checklists to meet all three levels of compliance (levels A and AA should be met at a minimum). The checklists provide an easy-to-understand summary of each guideline, as well as details about what the guideline addresses and how to pass it. While there are some guidelines that are more directed toward web developers and those building websites, there are several guidelines that specifically address content creation that will be helpful to a broad group of users on campus.

View the WUHCAG WCAG 2.0 checklists.

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Published: Mar 3, 2020 11:52am