Digital Accessibility Resources

Digital accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, digital tools, online documents and technologies, by people with disabilities.

UCF’s Digital Accessibility Policy was adopted on June 20, 2022, and applies to all information and communication technology (ICT) developed, procured, maintained, and used by UCF. Information and communication technology covers a wide variety of electronic technology and resources that are used for communication, instruction, and distribution of information. Some examples of the technology and resources covered include online instructional resources, electronic documents, telecommunication products, video and multimedia products, and online events.

Participate in a Webcourse

You can work at your own pace and complete this voluntary training course at any time.

Attend a LIVE Training Session

These are group trainings (offered virtually and in person) that require that you attend at a scheduled time. These are led by UCF’s Deputy ADA Coordinator: Kristeena LaRoue who provides a presentation followed by a Q&A session. They are being held through the end of 2023.

Helpful Documents created by CHPS Communications Team

These have been created by the CHPS Communications Team to serve as quick reference guides for CHPS faculty and staff.

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