Accessibility is a lot of work, but you’re not alone.
If you’re an instructor or staff member of an institution, the first place we recommend you look for help making things accessible is within your own organization. Your IT group probably has trainers who can help you learn to use the accessibility functions in the tools that you use.
If you’re an institutional accessibility leader, there’s a lot of help for you through professional organizations like AHEAD and IAAP, as well as folks to meet and connect with through conferences. WebAim and the WCAG have training resources. And sites like KSARN are here to share resources and tips.
The KSARN team is happy to support your efforts through the resources we provide on this site, and we are open to consulting and other direct support. To find out more about those options, go to the Engagement Request Form.
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