Accessibility resources

Introduction

What is accessibility?

Understanding the accessibility law and the Duty to Accommodate

Accessible Writing

Documents

Learn how to create accessible documents using different software. Both in Mac and Windows:

Web Content

Web and Mobile Accessibility

Understanding accessibility requirements for the web

Read accessibility requirements for websites and web content in the guidelines Understanding the law: Information and communications.

Web at uOttawa

Accessibility verification tools

Intranet and extranet websites

Accessibility verification tools

 Social Media Accessibility

  • In these video-tutorials, you will learn how to make your YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn posts more accessible.

Accessibility Check Tools

Screen readers

Contrast analyser

Automatic validation software

Web page Accessibility Checker

Campaigns

Understanding accessibility requirements for special events

Read the accessibility requirements found in the guidelines Understanding the law: Customer services.

Prints

Electronic messages

Events

Virtual Community

Understanding accessibility requirements for social media

Improve accessibility of your information posted on social media

Multimedia

Understanding accessibility requirements for multimedia productions

The accessibility requirements for a multimedia productions depends on the format (audio-only, video-only or audio-video) and the medium (in class, on a giant screen, on YouTube or online for example).

The guidelines Understanding the law: Information and communications and Customer services will help you find the accessibility requirements specific to your project.

If you have any question, please contact Accessibility at accessib@uOttawa.ca.

Training

Service Excellence

Universal Symbols of Accessibility

  • List of common symbols often used to provide information about the accessibility features of places, programs and activities.

Accessible Event, meetings & Conference

Interacting with Persons with Disabilities

Tip sheets on interacting with persons with disabilities

Service Animal Guide

Service Animal Guide to provide helpful information on the law, who uses service animals, and what to expect when a service animal is on your campus.

Accessibility training: Introduction
How to create an accessible campaign
How to interact with accessibility in mind
How to create accessible web content
Find an expert

Marie-Claude Gagnon, Web Accessibility Compliance Coordinator

613-562-5800 extension 7452
Marie-Claude.Gagnon@uOttawa.ca

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