What is the Toolkit?
The Iowa State University Digital Accessibility Toolkit is a tailored resource that embodies the university’s commitment to inclusivity and accessibility. The Iowa State University Digital Accessibility Toolkit is more than just a resource; it's a testament to our commitment to inclusivity and accessibility. Digital accessibility goes beyond meeting legal requirements; it's about fostering a culture of inclusiveness. The toolkit is a comprehensive, user-friendly package providing resources and tools that ensure ISU's digital content and platforms are accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Who is the Toolkit for?
Our Digital Accessibility Toolkit is designed to serve a broad spectrum of stakeholders within and beyond our university community. It's crafted to meet the specific needs and skill levels of diverse user groups across our campus. This includes content creators – faculty, staff, and students producing digital content such as documents, presentations, websites, and multimedia. It extends to web developers and designers responsible for creating and maintaining university websites and online platforms. It also supports IT professionals, administrators, and decision-makers to ensure policies and compliance. Students with disabilities, instructors, prospective students, alumni, and external partners can all benefit from this Toolkit. It’s a resource for anyone working to create inclusive digital environments and experiences.
The toolkit is comprised of guidelines, resources, and tools, each serving a unique purpose and contributing to enhancing digital accessibility. Through these components, the Digital Accessibility Toolkit empowers our community to create and maintain accessible digital content and platforms.
For questions or support, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, the Toolkit is a dynamic resource, continually evolving to better serve our community.