I encourage all UO employees who create digital materials to take one or both of these trainings.
The University of Oregon has launched two types of digital accessibility training, one for digital content and one for websites. Both are on-demand, online trainings that are broken up into multiple smaller parts, and you can take them whenever it's most convenient for you!
Digital Content Accessibility Training
This training is for anyone who creates or edits digital content. "Digital content" includes Word documents, PDFs, videos, flyers, emails, electronic textbooks, PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheets, charts, Canvas courses, and most other types of documents and media accessed via computers or mobile devices.
- Faculty and instructors
- Administrative staff
For details, visit the Digital Content Accessibility Training page
Web Accessibility Training
This training is for anyone who creates or edits websites or web content (not including those who only create content for Canvas).
- Web designers and developers
- Web and CMS content editors
- Web administrators
- Graphic designers
For details, visit the Web Accessibility Training page