Learn how to create digitally accessible content by participating in University accessibility training opportunities.
The University provides several training programs that can help you learn digital accessibility skills.
Find Professional Development Opportunities
Digital Accessibility Badging Program
The Digital Accessibility Badging Program is a professional development program that is available to everyone in the University community. It includes courses about creating accessible content in a variety of technologies and content formats.
Participants can elect to have course completion through their Training Hub learner record or complete an optional project to earn a digital badge. Completion of all 6 courses is not required: participants can elect to complete individual courses that pertain to their teaching/learning context.
Faculty and Instructor Professional Development
The University and faculty senates passed a resolution in 2019 recommending that faculty and instructors systemwide complete accessibility professional development activities. The Digital Accessibility Pedagogy Workgroup compiled resources to support the resolution, including professional development resources.