Universal Design Access Technology Working Group

The Universal Design Access Technology (UDAT) Working Group is a coalition of professionals from across Arizona State University who recognize the importance of accessible course design and universal design for education.

Projects we’re working on

Checklist for courses

An accessibility checklist for instructors to help build accessible courses and course materials.

GAAD 2022

Planning for 2022 Global Accessibility Awareness Day at ASU. Want to help? Join us at the next monthly meeting!

Next meeting August 4 at 11-12 

The UDAT Working Group meets on the first Thursday of every month. 

All ASU students, staff, and faculty are welcome. Please see ASU's #accessibility Slack channel for details, meeting agenda, chat, and help. Or subscribe to the ITACCESS@asu.edu mailing list.

Zoom meeting link


Web Accessibility in Mind Conference - in partnership with PopeTech - FREE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE ABOUT WEB ACCESSIBILITY - SEPTEMBER 7–8

Web Accessibility in Mind Conference

September 7
12:00 am

The first ever Web Accessibility in Mind Conference is presented by WebAIM in partnership with…

IAAP OPD Webinar: Accessible & Usable Interactions for Web applications - Wednesday, September 14 - Presented by Rabab Gomaa and Julius Nganji

Accessible & Usable Interactions for Web Applications

September 14
8:00 am

As more services go online, web applications become more complex and challenging to interact with. This usually happens when designers…

IAAP SME Webinar, presented by: AmyJune Hineline, Senior Community Manager for Opensource.com at Red Hat. Sign language interpretation and Realtime captioning are provided. Free Registration!

Alt Text: Everything you need to know beyond just "99 Red Balloons"

September 15
8:00 am

Images, graphics, and charts are often incredibly important elements in your documents, and that makes it all the more important to make…