Understanding Site Accessibility: Accessible Websites in Higher Education

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By Patrice Meadows — Apr 18, 2018 11:00 AM

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Everywhere around the country, web teams are working to improve accessibility and user experience. This is especially true at colleges and universities receiving federal funds. Although many have made great strides in improving their websites, others are just beginning to implement processes and tools to help them manage site accessibility.

To conclude our Understanding Accessibility blog series we are highlighting organizations that have reduced the number accessibility issues on their websites. We recognize that ensuring site accessibility is an ongoing initiative and many of the sites listed have room for improvement. That said, it’s useful to acknowledge sites that have made notable progress in improving accessibility.

Want to know how the web team at the University of Nebraska, Kearney transformed their website? Read this blog post for information about their journey and to learn how to improve your site with tips from their Web Services Coordinator, Thane Webb.

How are you and your team tackling site accessibility? Share your strategies for success and favorite tools below or tweet us @hannon_hill.