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Class: Testing for Accessibility: Free Tools to Assess the Accessibility of Online Resources

April 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Accessibility in online resources, a.k.a. the ability for users with disabilities and/or learning impairments to access content, is important to libraries, archives, museums, and other types of cultural heritage institutions: but how do you test an online resource to see if it is accessible? How do you ensure that the material you purchase and/or the material you create conforms to accessibility standards and best practices?

This class will review several freely available tools that can help you test a website’s adherence to accessibility standards. The tools can help you test content you are considering for your institution, or resources that you already provide but want to improve either internally or through advocating for improved accessibility. We will also review common standards and best practices that are used to evaluate online content.

To enroll in this class visit the LYRASIS website.


April 28
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm