Web Accessibility Services
Web accessibility is more than just a phrase. It’s a process to draft, edit, test, and publish web content to allow everyone to access your websites regardless of ability.
The Office of Information Technology’s Web Accessibility Team provides services and resources to help you through every step of the process.
Training and Workshops
We offer several web accessibility workshops throughout the year:
- Web Accessibility at Boise State University
- Create Accessible Documents for the Web
- Monsido for Web Accessibility
Visit our Training site to learn more about our learning opportunities.
The Web Accessibility Team participates in WordPress Drop-In Labs, scheduled every few weeks in the Employee Learning and Development Classroom, Human Resource Services, Capitol Village.
No registration is required.
You’re encouraged to bring web accessibility questions and challenges to our team for assistance. View the Drop-In Lab schedule on our Training site.
Web Content Accessibility Micro-Certification Badge
If you are looking for a comprehensive training resource on creating and publishing accessible web content, the Web Content Accessibility Micro-Certification Badge is for you!
This free, online professional development program guides you through four levels of web accessibility:
- Web Tools and Remediation
- Document and Media Accessibility
- Universal Design, User Experience, and Access Technology
- Web Content Accessibility
Also, many of our training workshops count toward the micro-certification badge.
Learn more about our Web Content Accessibility Micro-Certification Badge program.
If you have specific questions, or want to arrange a meeting to discuss web accessibility, contact the Web Accessibility Team at email@example.com.
Web Accessibility Resources
Visit WebGuide for comprehensive resources and reference information about web accessibility.
For more information, contact the Help Desk at (208) 426-4357, firstname.lastname@example.org, chat, or Help Desk Self Service.