Up Your Accessibility Game
Want to learn the why behind accessibility? What accessibility means to you in your role? How you can make sure your work and contributions to the student experience allow for accessibility?
Explore these training resources to up your game and feel more confident in making accessibility decisions and implementing accessible considerations into workflows.
Choose Your Path
Based on your role, the following are some recommended tracks to get you started though you can feel free to explore any components of the training collection. It is recommended that all roles begin with Level 1.
Level 1 Training
Recommended Participants: All roles
- Introduction to Accessibility
Level 2 Training
Recommended Participants: Instructional Designer, Faculty, Educational Technologists, Content Creators
- Universal Design for Learning
- Accessible Video and Audio
- Accessible Course Content
- Accessible Carmen Content and Teaching Tools
Level 3 Training
Recommended Roles: Instructional Designer, Educational Technologist, Content Creator
- Accessible PDF Forms and Remediation
- Web Accessibility Basics...coming soon
- Accessible PDF with inDesign...coming soon
- Accessible Learning Objects...coming soon
Level 4 Training...coming soon
Recommended Roles: Web Developer, Educational Technologist
- Web Accessibility for Web Developers
- Basic Evaluation Techniques
To navigate the training and/or your selected track, use the menu at the left to visit each module. Some modules contain sub-modules that are listed in a recommended order to guide you through the topic. You can also navigate the training modules using the "previous" and "next" links beneath each page.
When viewing a page, be sure to explore the tabs across the top (if available). These tabs will provide additional information, activities, and related video tutorials.
Trouble accessing a link, page, or video? Email ODEEaccessibility@osu.edu.
Questions about training?