ODS is dedicated to the proposition that all environs are usable by everyone, including persons with disabilities, and accessible design is the minimum standard by which a fully inclusive universally designed environment may be achieved. The following is a list of resources for accessible and universal design and is by no means exhaustive.
APSU Web Accessibility Statement and design guidelines -- per the University World Wide Web Policy, "Web page owners and publishers must adhere to the Accessibility Guidelines linked from the university's http://www.apsu.edu/web/access Web site.
The Office of Disability Services accessible procurement process initiative ensures documentation of Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) procurement that conforms/non-conforms to the U.S. Access Board Section 508 Standards for access for persons with disabilities.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
AHEAD audioconference: "A Clear Standard for Access to Instruction"
Louisiana Tech University (Department of Justice) Settlement Agreement: http://www.ada.gov/louisiana-tech.htm
South Carolina Technical College System (Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights)
Resolution Letter: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/investigations/11116002-a.doc
University of California, Berkeley (Disability Rights Advocates) Settlement: http://dralegal.org/sites/dralegal.org/files/casefiles/settlement-ucb.pdf
Joint Dear Colleague Letter: Electronic Book Readers (Departments of Justice & Education)
Accessible Instructional Materials Commission Report: http://www2.ed.gov/about/bdscomm/list/aim/
WEBAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind): http://webaim.org/
Universal Design for Learning Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)
WebAIM Keeping Web Accessibility in Mind Utah State University
California Community College High Tech Center Training Unit