Why is document accessibility important? Making digital content accessible provides access to individuals with disabilities.
When content is made accessible, assistive technology programs can read the information, explain images, and flow through the content in a logical manner. Because all campus departments and offices may need to create or provide accessible video content, the ICT Accessibility Task Force recommends the following training, resources, tools, and support to ESU content creators.
Small group instruction and individualized training will be offered soon. It is recommended to begin by watching an introductory overview of accessibility, courtesy of Devin Feighan. Please note you will need to log on using your ESU credentials to view the video.
Please visit the Center for Teaching with Technology Accessibility Resource page for resources specific to individual file formats.
Tools will vary depending on the file format.
Contact Kim Roselli, (570) 422-2707, with questions about document accessibility.
- Campus Address
- University Relations and the Office of Accessible Services Individualized for Students
- Title of Department Leader
- Co-Chairs, ICT Accessibility Task Force
- Maccabee Levine and Kim Roselli