Digital accessibility training
ASU self-paced online courses
The Introduction to Accessibility course is a 30-minute training on web accessibility--what it is, why it's important to ASU, and how it affects your role at the university.
The Advanced Web Accessibility course is a 6-hour introductory course on accessible coding for developers. Anyone at ASU may take the course.
The Faculty Canvas Accessibility Course provides a brief overview of access needs and some of the ways faculty may help meet those needs proactively.
Other ASU training
- Ally in Canvas - Canvas Ally quick tips and training is available from the UTO LX Design team (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- ASU DIY Web Accessibility Audit - easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions to test a webpage for accessibility
- Mr. Bean Fan Page - Mock website (aka dev shoot house) for practice accessibility bug takedowns. Virtual ammo only.
Other online training
- AccessIQ Learn - material on accessibility from Access iQ
- Adobe - Acrobat training resources
- Google's Introduction to Web Accessibility - short 4-part introduction
- Start Building Accessible Web Applications Today - 2-hour training from egghead.io
- UX Foundations: Accessibility - 1.5-hour training from Lynda.com
- Web Accessibility with Google - Google's course on Udacity
- Lynda.com's Creating Accessible PDFs
- MDN Accessibility
- WAI Web Accessibility Tutorials