Accessibility Training

Available Self Help Training

This page includes some materials created by the UM Accessibility team as well as various other resources.

This page will be updated regularly as new information becomes available and as the needs of our community become clearer.

General information

  • Level 1: all audiences
  • Level 2: some technical expertise required
  • Level 3: professional level expertise required.
Title Format Provenance Level

Introduction

Video

U-M

1

Benefits of Building Content with Accessibility in mind

Video

U-M

1

EdEx Introduction to Web Accessibility

Mixed

EdEx

2

Digital Accessibility for the Modern Workplace

Mixed

LinkedIn

1

How People with Disabilities Use the Web

Mixed

W3C

1

Accessibility Principles

Text

W3C

1

Web development

Title Format Provenance Level

MDN Learn Accessibility

Text

MDN

3

Simplifying Web Development with Accessibility Best Practices

Video

LinkedIn

3

Accessible Documents

Title Format Provenance Level

Accessibility in Microsoft Word

Video

U-M

1

 Using Microsoft Word to create multi-column layouts

Video

U-M

1

Accessible Google Docs

Video

U-M

1

Accessible PowerPoint

Video

U-M

1

Creating Accessible PDFs

Video

LinkedIn

2

Testing for accessibility

Title Format Provenance Level

Quick Non-technical Accessibility Tests

Video

U-M

1

A Web Accessibility Assessment Hands-on Tutorial

Video

Deque

3

Design

Title Format Provenance Level

Designing for Accessibility - Annotating Wireframes

Video

U-M

3

Accessibility for Web Design

Mixed

LinkedIn

3

UX Foundations: Accessibility

Mixed

LinkedIn

3