The Digital Accessibility Program in the Center for User Experience provides accessibility training, offered synchronously and asynchronously. The program’s training resources are available to students, faculty, and staff at UW–Madison.
Disability & Ableism Awareness Training
This training offers an exploratory, free Canvas course open to all students, faculty, and staff at UW–Madison that delves into disability considerations in business and operational decisions, our shared responsibility as a university, and inclusive ways to communicate that avoids ableism.
The Disability & Ableism Awareness Training is available for free to all students, faculty, and staff at UW–Madison and provides training in inclusive language usage, disability cultural awareness, and identifying and avoiding ableism.
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Remote Trainings – Inclusion@UW Perspectives Series
Sign up for this synchronous, remote training that reviews and workshops what you learn, allowing for discussion and practice. These trainings are offered in partnership with the Office of Human Resources and provided approximately 4-6 times per academic year during the Fall and Spring terms.
Select “Perspectives” from the list provided in the link below to view upcoming sessions of this training.
Coming soon - Inclusive Content Design
This training offers practical best practices, guidelines, and support opportunities for evaluating and making your web and document content accessible for people with disabilities. This training will be available Fall 2022.
Get help with accessibility
Resources to get assistance with accessibility at UW-Madison.