Web Accessibility Tutorials

Tutorials for Dreamweaver, Frontpage, Composer, and Contribute

iCIT has has created a new set of 508 Accessibility Editing Tutorials for UW-Whitewater webmasters, based on the five most common tools that campus webmasters use to edit pages: Composer, Contribute, Dreamweaver, Frontpage, and plain HTML code.

Accessibility Reports Available for Campus Webmasters

iCIT has implemented a new automated process to create 508 accessibility reports on a more frequent basis - twice per week initially. The benefits of the automated reports are consistency and speed of generation. People who are updating their pages for accessibility will be able to more quickly see the results of their modifications. The new reports are available at the accessibility reports page. Additionally, instructions are being provided so that campus webmasters can edit their pages to pass the skip navigation and software helper components of the 508 Accessibility tests.

UW-Whitewater Web Accessibility Initiative: Our goal

We provide an array of resources, links, and tutorials designed to help individuals and organizations create and maintain accessible web content. Much of our content is drawn directly from the Web Accessibility for All program, from the Center on Education and Work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding our site or the information contained here.

Learn about Web Standards with a presentation from Dan Frommelt

View a site by Dan Frommelt about Web Standards and learn more about creating Web pages using the latest web techniques for making web pages. Pages that are designed with web standards are more accessible for everyone.

Web Accessibility Initiative: Project Plan & Timeline

Browse through the UW-Whitewater Web Accessibility Implementation Plan and Timeline, including a project timeline and the project mandate.