Required Online Training
The online web accessibility training is available for all web publishers at Washington State University. The training is a mandatory yearly training for all publishers of web content at WSU in accordance to Executive Policy 7 and the Business Policies and Procedures Manual 85.55.
Training link: go.wsu.edu/web-accessibility
Who needs to take the training:
All web developers, content publishers, editors, domain owners, or anyone who has any other role in updating WSU web content.
How often must training be completed: yearly
These workshops focus on specific web accessibility topics.
3 Ways to Get an Easy Win to Accessible Web Design Workshop
Thursday, February 15, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Spark Academic Innovation Hub 327 (Pullman) and live-streamed online (All Campuses)
If you are an experienced web designer, update or add content to your department’s website, create graphic layouts or pretty pictures for the web, then this workshop is for you!
This workshop will provide three web design fundamentals for creating websites that are accessible and usable. You will learn web design accessibility for…
- Color and color contrast
- Text on images and text displayed as a graphic
- Links (styling) and link anchor tags
Access archived workshop recordings and resources:
- January 2018: Writing for the Web and Making it Accessible
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.