Education & Training
Building an Accessible Website
So where do I start? Making your website accessible is actually easier than you may expect. Be sure to check the links for locally required elements here at WKU, to see what you must have on your website. The other links and tutorials are meant to help you with the process of building an accessible site.
- Section 508 Accessibility
- Color Blindness
- Microsoft Office Suite Files
- PDF Documents
- Video - Flash/Quicktime/WMV
In building a guide to accessible websites, there are several checklists from other universities that we thought were important to include, as well as links to the top accessibility experts and authorities.
- Accessibility Experts & Authorities
- WebAIM Articles
- Other Links and Third Party Accessibility Resources
Note: documents in Portable Document Format (PDF) require Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher to view,
download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Note: documents in Excel format (XLS) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Word format (DOC) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Powerpoint format (PPT) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Quicktime Movie format [MOV] require Apple Quicktime,