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Accessibility Resources and Guides

Boise State has an ambitious goal; create the most accessible, inclusive website ever! But we can’t do this alone. We need you to help make this goal a reality.

Accessibility is a shared responsibility

Review Your Content

Accessibility isn’t someone else’s responsibility, it’s yours.

Learn how to review your images, documents, media, headings, and links to ensure they are accessible now and make plans to maintain all future content remains accessible.


Monsido is Boise State’s tool for monitoring and identifying web accessibility and quality assurance errors.

All Boise State staff and faculty may have access to Monsido by filling out the Monsido Request Form.

Learn how to use Monsido

We're Here to Help!

Web accessibility can be complex. We want to help you learn how to create and edit content with accessibility in mind.

Reach out to us through the Help Desk at or call (208) 426-4357.

Resource Guides

Publishing Accessible Panels

Panels provide a way to easily publish pre-formatted content on your WordPress pages. However, they require the same attention as the rest of your web content to be accessible. We recommend the following tips to structure your panel content using the default template.

Review Recommendations for Accessible Panels

Access Technology Resource Guide

The Access Technology Resource Guide provides an overview of the resources available at Boise State to help you create, publish, and share accessible digital content for students, faculty, staff, and the community.

Review Access Technology Resource Guide

Lexicon for Accessible Content

Developed by the Accessible Content Community of Practice, this Lexicon for Accessible Content provides a common language for everyone to use at Boise State when discussing content related to accessibility. To review the lexicon, visit the Boise State Accessibility site.

Review Lexicon for Accessible Content

10 Tools for Digital Accessibility

Created for the 2020 Success through Access conference at Boise State, University Web Accessibility Specialist Carolyn Quintero presents available tools to improve digital access and inclusion for people of all abilities.

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