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- Last updated February 2, 2016
User experience team
The User Experience Team in the Division of Information Technology can provide recommendations and resources for evaluating the accessibility of your websites, software, video, and other technologies. To learn more, contact Phyllis Treige.
Support from the community
The Web and Mobile Accessibility/Usability Coordinating Group is a committee of designers, developers, and other subject matter experts committed to improving web and mobile accessibility at UW-Madison.
- The ITAccessCG wiki includes notes from recent meetings.
- To contact the group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web accessibility tutorials
- Web Accessibility Principles (Lynda online training, free for UW-Madison students, faculty and staff)
- Campus computer labs (InfoLabs)
- McBurney Learning Resource Rooms
(including a CCTV, Duxbury & Braille embosser, and Dragon Naturally Speaking)
Requesting disability-related accommodations
- Students – The McBurney Disability Resource Center is the primary campus resource for academic accommodations for students with disabilities. Visit the McBurney Web site, call 608-263-2741 (Voice and Relay 711) or 608-225-7956 (text); fax 608-265-2998; or email McBurney.
- Employees – For employee disability matters, visit the Employee Disability Accommodation Web site or contact Barb Lanser, Disability Coordinator/Employment at the Office for Equity and Diversity, 608-263-2407 (Voice and Relay 711).
The User Experience Team at DoIT can help answer questions you may have about creating accessible technology and content, or connect you with the right group.