(Note: these resources have not yet been peer reviewed, a feature we plan to add in the near future. You are welcome to download these resources as long as proper credit is attributed under the terms of a Creative Commons agreement).
|A web resource for the pre-conference session "Integrating Universal Design into the University Curriculum" at AHG||website||This page is provided as a record of the pre-conference session Integrating Universal Design into the University Curriculum, which took place at the Accessing Higher Ground conference on November 5, 2013 (Guy Fawkes Day). You will find the powerpoints for the workshop and many useful resources.||Terrill Thompson, University of Washington|
|Before and After Demonstration: Improving a Web site using Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0||website|
The Before and After Demonstration is a multi-page resource that shows an inaccessible website and a retrofitted version of this same website. Each web page includes inline annotations that can be activated to highlight some of the key accessibility barriers or repairs. Each web page is also accompanied by an evaluation report to inform the developers on the level of conformance to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).(Excellent resource for use in hands-on class exercises on web accessibility).
|Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), W3C|