Accessibility and usability must be a core component of all of the materials and content we create, to allow everyone access to information and resources.

At the same time, creating accessible content requires specific IT skills and a new way of thinking about content creation.

We partner with experts across IU to develop and provide training resources to build critical IT skills that enable accessibility.

Learn more about the various training opportunities in the following sections of this page.

UITS Assistive Technology & Accessibility Centers (ATAC)

Provides presentations and training sessions on best practices for accessible materials creation, as well as other services using technology to provide equal access and an inclusive environment at IU.

Visit the ATAC site

UITS User Experience Office (UXO)

Offers a do-it-yourself accessibility checkup for web experiences and, as may be needed, a more detailed website evaluation.

Visit UXO's accessibility page

UITS Knowledge Base

Contains many how-to articles and resources for making your materials accessible. 

View accessibility articles on the IU Knowledge Base

Office of Compliance - ADA@IU

Explains details about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and about IU's commitment to provide equal access to all, creating an inclusive culture and environment.

Go to the ADA@IU site

Provides an overview of what accessibility means and how to approach creating accessible materials and experiences.

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Centers for Teaching & Learning

Provide IU faculty with individualized consultation on accessibility requirements and implementation guidelines for courses.

Contact your campus Teaching and Learning Center

Training by content type

Course materials

ADA Awareness

Creating materials

Custom help and support

Web content

Grow your tech skills with training


  • UXO offers a do-it-yourself accessibility checkup for web experiences. 
  • Some cases might also benefit from a website evaluation by UXO staff.

Custom help and support