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Posted April 19, 2017

Learn How to be Web Accessible

Here are some tools and tips for anyone who might have information posted to a district or school website.

The word is out! The district is aiming for an all-inclusive website. That means all APS employees must take a few extra steps to make sure that Word docs, PDFs, images, PowerPoints, videos and anything else that is posted or could be posted to the web are up to snuff, meeting federal web accessibility guidelines by next year.

Luckily, there are tools and tips available to support you in this process. The Web Team has created some “how-tos” on tearing down the barriers to information on our district and school websites.

To get started:

Accessibility Presentation and Tools for Making Content Accessible

Sign up for an Accessibility Training

Get Help from the Web Team

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