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Training

Making electronic or online content accessible does not need to be intimidating. CSULB offers training to help understand what accessibility is, best practices and where to find information about making websites and documents accessible to all users.

Accessibility Training Offerings

  1. Introduction to Web Accessibility
    • Description: Learn what accessibility is and your role as a CSULB employee in creating accessible web pages and documents.
    • Time and Location: On demand through Web Accessibility in Mind
  2. Document Accessibility for CSULB Employees
  3. Drupal Web Editing for CSULB Content Editors
    • Description: Learn how to create and update Drupal web pages and how to review content for accessibility.
    • Time and Location: Monthly - see the ITS Software Training Services Calendar for details.
    • Duration: 1 Hour
  4. Accessibility Open Lab for CSULB Employees
    • Description: Bring your accessibility questions and receive one on one help making your documents or web pages accessible.
    • Time and Location: Monthly - see the ITS Software Training Services Calendar for details.
    • Duration: 2 Hours
  5. Annual Training for Web Administrators, Web Developers and Content Editors
    • Description: Web Administrators, Web Developers, and Content Editors must attend a yearly training on accessibility to make sure their skills are up to date with latest accessibility testing techniques. For Web Administrators and Web Developers, manual and screen reader training will be included.
    • Time and Location: Once a year
    • Duration: 1 to 1.5 Hours
  6. Captions and transcripts for media content
    • Description: Learn how to create captioning and transcripts for audio and video content.
    • Time and location: On demand at the CSULB ATI website