Training and Resources for Web Accessibility
The following is a list of resources associated with Web Accessibility. Click on the links below to learn more about each resource.
This curriculum explores digital accessibility concepts and their application in designing web sites and web applications. Contains 4 BuckeyeLearn Modules.
This curriculum explores digital accessibility concepts and their application in the development and testing of web sites and web applications. Contains 11 BuckeyeLearn Modules.
This curriculum explores digital accessibility concepts with a focus on how to craft accessible content for the web. Contains 2 BuckeyeLearn Modules.
Learn about accessibility considerations for people who contribute content and documents to web sites.
A guide on how to use the alt attribute of the <img> element in various situations.
Learn about creating custom widgets with ARIA (accessible rich internet applications) methods.
Learn the rules and techniques to ensure users can access content no matter what input device they use.
Learn about use cases of timed events, AJAX methods, and single-page applications,
Learn about form input labels, instructions, hints, error prevention, and validation.
Learn how to write meaningful alternative text that serves as an effective substitute for an image.
Learn about captions, transcripts, audio descriptions, and sign language interpretation.
Learn about the importance of creating designs that adapt to small screens and zoom features.
Learn about the importance of HTML elements and attributes to convey information to blind users.
Learn about visual accessibility techniques for people with vision limitations.