Accessibility Resources

Accessibility Regulations and Requirements

Section 508.gov

GSA Government-wide IT Accessibility Program

How to meet WCAG - Quick Reference

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative WAI

US Department of Education

Ed - US Department of Education

Micro Courses in Canvas

Accessibility Training

Accessibility - Equity

Microsoft Word Accessibility

Microsoft Word

CCC PDF Accessibility

PDF

PDF Accessibility – Self Paced

PDF

PowerPoint Accessibility

PowerPoint

CCC Accessibility in Canvas

Canvas course

California Community Colleges Technology Center

CCC Accessibility Center

California Community Colleges | Accessibility Center

The CCC Accessibility Center offers services, guidance and technical assistance to help colleges in realizing an accessible technology environment.

CCC Accessibility Help Center

California Community Colleges | Accessibility Center

Available to all CCC employees, provides a community-based forum to search for answers and ask questions about web and IT accessibility topics facing colleges and students.

Document Accessibility

California Community Colleges | Accessibility Center

This page contains instructions on how to make documents accessible using MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and also contains information on tools and outsourcing options.

Video & Media Accessibility

California Community Colleges | Accessibility Center

Provides recommended reading and resources for media accessibility.

Adobe Resources

PDF Accessibility for ADA Compliance

Max with Dax

Accessible Charts and Graphs

Max with Dax

Accessible Tables with Adobe InDesign

Max with Dax

Vision Resource Center & WebAim

Vision Resource Center

California Community Colleges Vision Resource Center

The Vision Resource Center (previously the Professional Learning Network), supported by the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI), provides unlimited access to Lynda.com for all California Community College employees at no cost. For access to Lynda.com through the Vision Resource Center, sign in and go to the Learn tab.

You will need to register if you do not have an account.

WebAIM

Web Accessibility in Mind

We have web accessibility in mind

Expanding the potential of the web for people with disabilities by empowering individuals and organizations to create accessible content