Accessible Environments, Products, & Communications
The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials serves as a resource for learning more about and implementing accessible instructional materials.
The National Federation of the Blind’s Center of Excellence in Nonvisual Access has created this online resource center to help colleges be accessible, so that your student body can be the diverse gathering of students you seek, and so that blind college students can achieve their true potential and not be limited by accessibility barriers.
The University of Washington's Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology (DO-IT) center curates resources provide information about assistive technology, accessible technology design, and the design of technology spaces.
The Mozilla Developer Network provides guides and learning modules to help software developers understand the requirements, strategies, and tools for effectively coding accessible software.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) provides guidance on technical standards that are applicable for Learning Content accessibility, E-learning platform accessibility, Learner profiling, Evaluating e-learning systems accessibility, Massive Open Online Courseware (MOOC) accessibility.
Based at Utah State University, WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind) provides web accessibility guidance and solution for expanding the potential of the web for people with disabilities.