Required Online Training
Starting January 2018 – Must complete annually
If you are a web developer, content publisher, editor, domain owner, or have any role in updating WSU web content, it is your responsibility to participate in a required, annual online web accessibility training, and ensure your websites are accessible and in compliance with the revised web accessibility policy and guidelines. The online training will be offered starting in January, 2018, and must be taken before publishing content online.
Registration information will be announced in the coming weeks.
Starting January 2018
Once a month workshops that will focus on specific web accessibility topics.
January 4th Workshop
Thursday, Jan. 4, 3 – 4 p.m.
Spark Academic Innovation Hub 212 (Pullman) and live-streamed online (All Campuses)
Writing for the Web and Making it Accessible
This workshop provides an introduction to the best practices for writing accessible web content. Whether you are an experienced web writer, or you update content on your department’s website only once a semester, learn what you need to know to ensure that your unit’s websites are accessible, organized, and succinct. In this workshop, you will learn:
- How to create descriptive links
- How to create a clear heading structure
- Appropriate line length for the web
- How to write concise and logical text
- How to convey meaning without using color alone
- Additional web writing and content organizing tips
February – May Workshops
Upcoming workshop topics and registration information will be coming soon.
Web Accessibility Support
Online Web Accessibility Resources
Bookmark the Web Accessibility webpage for guidelines and resources. The site will soon include additional training opportunities and workshops, focusing on specific web accessibility topics.
The drop-in Open Lab is in ITB 2025 on Fridays between 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Get answers to your web questions. All are welcome to attend.