Digital Accessibility Resources

Where to Start with Accessibility

Starting with principles of accessible design is the best way to ensure your documents will be readable and inclusive. Then use these accessibility checkers to review your documents for accessibility.

View a List of Accessibility Checkers

Creating Accessible Documents

If your document is not created properly, it might not be accessible to people with disabilities who use screen readers to access documents. By starting with accessibility in mind when creating your documents, you are making them accessible to a larger audience.

View resources for creating accessible documents

Ally in Canvas

Through integration with Canvas, Ally is a software tool that focuses on making digital course content more accessible.

Learn more about using Ally in Canvas at TC

Captioning Media (Videos, Podcasts, Audio)

Providing captions and transcripts for videos, podcasts, and audio recordings is beneficial for everyone, but it is essential for deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Disability-related requests for captions should reach out to

Learn more about captioning your media at TC

Creating Accessible Content

Best practices for creating accessible digital materials.

Learn more about creating accessible content

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

WCAG defines how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

Learn more about WCAG Guidelines

Accessibility Ambassadors

Academic faculty and staff can contact their Accessibility Ambassadors to learn more about the Accessibility First Initiative and digital accessibility.

View accessibility ambassadors for academic departments

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