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Dynamic Duo drives accessibility at WKU - I Break Websites LLC. Laura DeLancey, Electronic Resources Librarian at Western Kentucky University (WKU) and Shaden Melky, Library Technology Consultant (Accessibility Specialist) work well together.

Dynamic Duo drives accessibility at WKU - I Break Websites LLC

Their teamwork, along with a University-wide accessibility initiative, produces better and richer inclusion for students with disabilities on campus and in their distance learning programs. Laura, who received her library degree from Indiana University, and then moved to WKU several years ago, says that what draws librarians into the field is that “people are passionate about providing quality information resources to everyone, from whatever economic background. Public libraries are free. This (working on accessibility) is a logical extension of that.” “There is a whole population born with disabilities and then there are the many who are aging and their eyes aren’t working as well. Shaden was practically raised into her current position. Laura chimes in, “It’s almost like ‘why shouldn’t we work on this?’

Summary. Donoughe Design - San Mateo, Ca : Work : University of Arkansas Extension. The entire project took over a year to complete.

Donoughe Design - San Mateo, Ca : Work : University of Arkansas Extension

There were over 14,000 pages of content, multiple blogs and the same design (one template) since 2006. It included a microsite for the Division of Agriculture and a unique look and feel for the 4-H area. UAEX has over 9 different audience groups that we surveyed. UAEX had a wealth of interesting content that we collected and grouped together so that users could quickly access libraries.

These "large content areas" includes plant image library, tree identification, farm plans, horticulture glossary, extension policies and more. UAEX has over 300 users who are updating their own content. Webinars Archive - SSB BART Group. Digital Accessibility Maturity Model (DAMM) Series - #6: The DAMM Audit Introduction to the DAMM Audit, which provides benchmark ratings of an organization’s current accessibility program, identifies strengths and weaknesses, reveals development/acquisition risks, and determines overall accessibility capability and maturity level ratings Digital Accessibility Maturity Model (DAMM) Series - #5: DAMM-HR Dimensions In-depth review of the three dimensions of DAMM-HR: The Recruiting and Job Applications Dimension which measures the maturity of the recruiting and job application process as it pertains to people with disabilities; the Reasonable Accommodations Dimension which measures the extent to which the organization has a defined process in place for implementing accommodations in the workplace; and the Staff Evaluations Dimension which measures the extent to which the organization has a defined process in place for evaluating staff competencies with respect to accessibility.

Webinars Archive - SSB BART Group

OOSC 2014 Non formal education for OOSC final. EITA Implementation Plan - EITA Implementation Plan - University Of Montana. “Accessible technology is a leading topic in higher education right now.

EITA Implementation Plan - EITA Implementation Plan - University Of Montana

Campuses that are behind are going to be in trouble. Campuses that are ahead are going to have opportunities. We are a campus that’s ahead.” - Matt Riley, UM Chief Information Officer Policy. EJ1040525. F73: Failure of Success Criterion 1.4.1 due to creating links that are not visually evident without color vision. The objective of this failure is to avoid situations in which people who cannot perceive color differences cannot identify links (when people with color vision can identify links).

F73: Failure of Success Criterion 1.4.1 due to creating links that are not visually evident without color vision

Link underlines or some other non-color visual distinction are required (when the links are discernible to those with color vision). While some links may be visually evident from page design and context, such as navigational links, links within text are often visually understood only from their own display attributes. Removing the underline and leaving only the color difference for such links would be a failure because there would be no other visual indication (besides color) that it is a link. Note 1: Red and Pink are the same color (hue) but they have different lightness (which is not color ). WCAG Is Not Scary Anymore - A Progressive Approach to Website Accessibility – Wuhcag. Hyperlinks - Anchor tag accessibility on SO.

On Link Underlines. Accessibility. It is the policy of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service to make its web pages and web content accessible to, and usable, by all users.

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Specifically, this policy is in place to ensure that communication, to the extent possible, on the Cooperative Extension Service website is equally effective for persons with disabilities as it is for persons without disabilities. This policy does not cover the accessibility of sites outside Cooperative Extension Service web pages, to which a Cooperative Extension Service page may be linked. GOALS Project. NCDAE is proud to lead a grant effort sponsored by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).

GOALS Project

The project, Gaining Online Accessible Learning through Self-Study (GOALS) will capitalize on the products of an existing GOALS project and focus on motivations of top administrators to choose to engage in self-study and continuous improvement on web accessibility. This information will then help the GOALS partners to create blueprints that will help promote adoption of institutional web accessibility in higher education. Learn More about GOALS Participate. Sessions Tagged With 'accessibility' Improving Extension Accessibility Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 11:00 am EDT - Presented by Paul Jones Improving Extension AccessibilityAccording to USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, the hallmarks of the Extension are openness, accessibility, and service.

Sessions Tagged With 'accessibility'

A Strategy for Making Content Accessible - MSU MediaSpace. CANR 5 Year Accessibility Plan. Basic Checklist: Online Content Accessibility. This checklist is intended to be starting point for making documents and websites accessible, and should be used in conjunction with the tutorials on webaccess.msu.edu.

Basic Checklist: Online Content Accessibility

This checklist is not comprehensive-the MSU Web Accessibility Policy requires full conformance with the Technical Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 AA). If you have technical questions, please ask your department's IT staff or accessibility liaison. (Download a PDF of the condensed checklist.) ANR Technology Services. Online or web accessibility is the inclusive practice of removing barriers to ensure that everyone has equal access to perceive, understand, engage, navigate, and interact with all online content including websites, web applications, online documents (Word, PDF, etc.), and online course materials.

ANR Technology Services

An online document or tool is considered accessible when it can be easily understood and used by everyone, regardless of the browser or assistive technology being used. 5 Year Plan. Accessible Temporary Events Planning Guide. Michigan State University. Accessibility Evaluation Tools There are a number of tools that make it easier to evaluate the accessibility of a website or document. This list is not exhaustive, and we welcome suggestion. Basic Checklist: Online Content Accessibility. WCAG 2.0 Simplified Protocol 06a. ANR Technology Services. Accommodating Extension Clients Who Face Language, Vision, or Hearing Challenges.

Introduction Providing equal access—for all—to university resources is a national trend. The Commission on Access, Diversity, and Excellence, a standing commission of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU), has a goal of promoting access, not as an option for public land-grant universities, but as a requirement for all member institutions to broaden the path of access and opportunity (APLU, n.d.). Oregon State University (OSU), a member of APLU, highly values the priorities set forth by this commission (Oregon State University, 2012). In 2011, OSU's president asked each college and unit to reevaluate how university resources are provided to students and the public, including Extension clients. Because land-grant universities across the country have been called on to improve access for all, it is important to understand how Extension attempts to meet this goal.

Strategies for Accommodating Extension Clients Who Face Language, Vision, or Hearing Challenges. Background Language, vision, or hearing (LVH) challenges can impede learning in certain situations or environments. A disability is a physical or mental impairment that limits one or more things a person can do, making it difficult for that individual to learn, see, or hear ("Americans with Disabilities Act," 2009). An accommodation is a different way to do a task (Brady & McKee, 2005). It uses a learner's strengths to work around the learner's areas of need (National Institute for Literacy, 1999). An accommodation should not create a hardship but rather should help the learner meet his or her need. Serving Clientele with Disabilities: An Assessment of Texas FCS Agents' Needs for Implementing Inclusive Programs. Introduction According to the 2000 U.S. Census, nearly 50 million Americans, one of every five people ages 5 and older, have a disability.

Serving Clientele with Disabilities: An Assessment of Texas FCS Agents' Needs for Implementing Inclusive Programs. Improving Disability Awareness Among Extension Agents. Introduction The prevalence of rates of disabilities nationally and in Texas is steadily increasing. Further, community educators such as Extension agents must be cognizant of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that was passed in 1990. ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination solely on the basis of disability access to employment, public services, and accommodations. What Cooperative Extension Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which became law in January 1992, has been described by the media and politicians as the most sweeping social legislation since the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Its provisions are so broad as to be practically elusive.

Regulations Task Force Report 2015 FINAL. Regulatory Compliance Report Final. UCSF Brand Identity. UCSF Brand Identity. Accessible Technology Initiative PSA (after Feb 12th) IT0126 – Accessibility. Universal Design and Accessibility - Digital and Professional Education - Purdue University. Purdue University is committed to creating a campus that is fully accessible to everyone and to eliminating discrimination against people with disabilities. The University believes that every individual is entitled to an opportunity equal to his or her abilities. Triage for Accessifying Websites. Triage is a process being developed by the TLT Web Accessibility Team (the ATeam) to bring a website to an acceptable, if not perfect, level of compliance with current standards (WCAG 2.0 comformance level AA) – quickly. Audit. Accessibility of Web Information Memorandum 06032016. Welcome to Governors State University in Chicago Illinois. The Governors State University Minimum Web Accessibility Standards (MWAS) provide implementation guidelines for its Web Accessibility Policy.

The Standards were adopted in 2004 and are maintained by the ADA Coordinator's Office, with the assistance of the Web Accessibility Center. They are based on Section 508 §1194.22 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act, the current standard of legal compliance for U.S. government institutions. Policies, Laws, and Other Fine Print - Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning. The following material is excerpted from “Recommendations to Promote Online Course/Content Accessibility,” a draft white paper developed in 2014 by Boise State’s eCampus Center in collaboration with a variety of other campus agencies and individuals. Center for Universal Design NCSU - Home. The Center for Universal Design (CUD) is a national information, technical assistance, and research center that evaluates, develops, and promotes accessible and universal design in housing, commercial and public facilities, outdoor environments, and products.

Our mission is to improve environments and products through design innovation, research, education and design assistance. Universal Design of Information Technology in Postsecondary Education. Accessibility and ADA Education. Conducting the Accessibility Audit: How One Academic Library Iden. Conducting the Accessibility Audit: How One Academic Library Iden. Web Accessibility Essential for All. Readily Achievable Web Accessibility Solutions.

Behind the Curtain, Part 2: Accessibility Enhancements. AccessGA Home Page. Home - Accessible Classroom Technologies - Carmen Wiki. Web Accessibility Standards - The Ohio State University. Web Accessibility Standards - The Ohio State University. Osu web accessibility policy. Home - Accessible Classroom Technologies - Carmen Wiki. Access Academy - Office of Accessibility - Auburn University. Delaware Cooperative Extension Civil Rights Guidebook Table of Contents. Accessibility Statement. AccessVT EZ Web Accessibility Standards. Virginia Cooperative Extension's Commitment to Civil Rights. Equal Opportunity/Accessibility. 7215.