Online tools and resources on this page are meant to help content creators with creating accessible content on any platform or in any medium. These tools and resources should be used with caution as not all tools are created equally. Some may be out of date, and some may have errors. Be sure to always do your own final assessment of the content you are creating to ensure accessibility compliance.
It is important to note that while accessibility checkers for webpages can be very useful in diagnosing content structure, code structure, color contrast and other issues, they should not be fully dependent on to resolve all accessibility issues. The ultimate goal should be meeting the WCAG 2.0 and 2.1 Guidelines. Also note, that not all checkers are created equally, nor are they guaranteed to be up-to-date to the guidelines. So, use automatic checkers with caution.
Keyboard testing refers to the process of using a series of keystrokes (usually the TAB key to move forward, SHIFT+TAB to move backwards, and ENTER to click a button) to navigate a page and determine if links can be accessed and forms completed without using a mouse. Keyboard testing can verify the accessibility of a website or other digital documents to a motion impaired user unable to use a mouse.
A list of other universities that have a good collection of digital accessibility information and resources.
Please use the online Accessibility and Disability Complaint form to report accessibility concerns related to disability accommodations, digital resources, physical area issues on campus, and other accessibility-related concerns.
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