CREATING ACCESSIBLE TECHNOLOGY AND CONTENT
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is required to provide technology and services that are accessible to students, faculty, and staff. Numerous tools and resources are available to help faculty and staff ensure content and information technology is accessible to all at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES
This UW-Madison accessibility guide is a good starting point for resources and to address your accessibility questions.
ADDITIONAL UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN TOOLS AND RESOURCES
- The Web Accessibility Testing Tools (AMP) – The Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) suite of tools supports compliance testing and reporting for Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 A & AA web accessibility standards.
- University of Wisconsin Knowledge Base provides a comprehensive list of UW-Madison Policies, documents, and links on how to make specific types of content accessible.
- Compiled list of accessibility resources for varying types of media.
- UW-Madison web accessibility policy
- W3C Accessibility Principles
- Functional Accessibility Evaluator 2.0 for crawling websites (from University of Illinois)
- NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) screen reader
- W3C Accessibility Evaluation Resources
- W3C big list of accessibility evaluation tools (68 tools)
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA
- Section 508