Trainers from WebAIM, a nonprofit organization based at Utah State University, will be on campus March 26 and 27 to teach staff how to make Pitt’s websites more accessible.
WebAIM will offer three digital accessibility sessions. Anyone who has a role in managing a unit's website content is encouraged to attend the first introductory session and one or both of the additional sessions, depending on your role and the needs of your unit's website.
The classes are:
Introduction to Digital Accessibility: Principles of web accessibility, barriers to access, assistive technology and evaluating web accessibility. 9 a.m.-noon, March 26, O'Hara Student Center, Dining Room
Document Accessibility: Document structure, checking and exporting documents, Acrobat accessibility tools, PDF reading order and structure and tags. 1-4 p.m. March 26, O'Hara Student Center, Dining Room
Advanced Topics in Web Accessibility: Forms, tables, CSS and responsive design, carousels and dynamically updating content, ARIA and accessibility APIs. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 27, University Club Ballroom A
Get more details and register online.