The Center for Instructional Technology’s Technology Accessibility team offers workshops, webinars, and individual and group training on web accessibility guidelines; best practices for creating accessible documents, presentations, and spreadsheets; Universal Design for Learning; and other topics as needed. This does not replace accommodations an individual user may need and request, but a focus on accessibility can address common challenges with digital content to make it more usable and accessible for all users.
The Center for Instructional Technology’s Technology Accessibility team regularly hosts workshops and webinars on accessibility-related topics. See Technology Accessibility events on the UA Events Calendar or view our offerings in UA LMS.
Looking for instructional technology workshops? Visit the Center for Instructional Technology website to see a list of upcoming workshops on UA instructional technologies.
University community members can request individual or group accessibility training for University employees and campus areas. See Technology Accessibility Training Offerings (PDF) for descriptions of suggested training offerings, including sessions on these topics:
We are also happy to work with you to develop instruction that best meets your needs. If you would like to request a training, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recordings of workshops and webinars presented by the Technology Accessibility team can be found on the UA Technology Accessibility YouTube channel .