Resources for Trainers and Educators
This page provides a starting point for information that is particularly relevant to trainers and educators.
Understand the Foundation
- Introduction to Web Accessibility
- Includes links to videos and to lots more information that you might want to read now or later.
We encourage you to read this page even if you know a lot about accessibility.
- Curricula on Web Accessibility: A Framework to Build Your Own Courses
- Provides curricula to help you create courses on web accessibility for different roles. It defines learning outcomes, and provides ideas to teach and assess knowledge.
- Developing Web Accessibility Presentations and Training
- An older resource that still has some useful outlines, slides, demos, and videos that you can use to help your students understand more about web accessibility.
Make it Accessible
- Making Events Accessible
- Checklist for meetings, conferences, training, and presentations that are remote/virtual, in-person, or hybrid.
- Making Audio and Video Media Accessible
- Helps you understand and create captions/subtitles, audio description of visual information, descriptive transcripts, and sign language for media. Includes guidance for creating new videos, and on media player accessibility. Introduces user experiences and benefits to organizations.
Get Ideas from an Example Course
- Digital Accessibility Foundations - Free Online Course
- Introduces a self-paced course from W3C WAI for developers, designers, ux, writers, managers, advocates. It is designed for technical and non-technical learners, including students, instructors, professionals, and people with disabilities. The course is free, with optional certificate.
We encourage you to look around the W3C WAI website to find other information that you might be interested in reading or sharing with others.Back to Top