The University of Virginia is currently in the middle of the Digital Accessibility Project (DAP), a multi-year project whose goal is to assess, remediate and build skillsets around the accessibility of our digital assets. Through this project a tool portfolio is available to help you assess and monitor the accessibility of your digital assets using AMP (Accessibility Management Platform) and build your skillset through online training materials found in Access University.
Other training opportunities are available throughout the year and online:
- Professional Development Opportunities at UVA
- Log into lynda.com with your Netbadge credentials and access a series of Accessibility courses
Resources from peer institutions
- Getting Started with Accessibility (University of Washington)
- Core Skills for Web Developers (University of Minnesota)
- Web Accessibility (Michigan State University)
- Accessibility (Penn State)
- Assistive Technology Initiative (George Mason Univ)
- Digital Accessibility Resources (Univ of Colorado - Boulder)
- Electronic Accessibility / Web Accessibility (Univ of Montana)
- WebAIM: The best place to start!
- Univ of Illinois Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES) IT Accessibility Badging Program
- The Accessibility MOOC: Inclusive Online Course Design