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Learn how to help make UC more electronically inclusive

Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day by attending a webinar focused on demystifying accessibility and sharing ideas about how individuals, locations and UC as a whole can expand access to all.


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Answers to FAQs about accessible PDFs

The UCOP Accessibility Work Group has compiled helpful answers to frequently asked questions about accessible PDFs. Learn the basics and get your docs up to speed!


New webinar: Tour of web accessibility do’s and don’ts

Boost your knowledge of web accessibility during an upcoming webinar, which will include a demonstration of how screen-reading software works.


You can help support colleagues with disabilities

We must consider the needs of all our colleagues when doing our work, whether with documents, websites, signage, equipment or buildings.


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Expand your tech and software knowledge

Want to learn more tech skills to get ahead? Take advantage of the many online learning opportunities offered through UCOP Learning and Development.


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Reminder: Accessibility check now required for UCOP.edu web edits

All content created for ucop.edu websites will go through a new accessibility check. Here’s what you need to know about accessible content.


Training and resources for web accessibility

Do you create content for ucop.edu or other websites or platforms? Here’s what you need to know to make sure your work is accessible to all.


Web accessibility: A win for us all

Web accessibility standards don’t only aid those of us with disabilities — they help content creators make informed decisions that make online experiences better for us all.


Web accessibility: A new Cascade workflow and other need-to-know facts

Starting in August, people who create web content for UCOP.edu will need to follow a new process to ensure that content is accessible. But that’s not the only time accessibility matters. Here’s what you need to know.