Web Accessibility

Creating accessible web pages may seem challenging at first, but as developers and content editors become familiar with testing pages, the more it becomes a part of the process. At CSULB, we test with standards and guidelines set up by the Chancellors Office. They follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 level AA created by the W3Cs Web Accessibility Initiative.  

The Drupal Template and the new University Template have been evaluated for accessibility, but new content that is added to the templates will need automatic and manual testing.  

For an in-depth tutorial see, Introduction to Web Accessibility, by Web Accessibility in Mind (WebAIM)

Responsibilities 

Depending on one's position, different responsibilities will apply to website accessibility.