A representative group of faculty and staff working to raise campus capacity to support Digital Accessibility at UW–Madison.
Help raise awareness of, and build capacity for, digital accessibility on campus.
Be a voice of campus that informs strategic decisions by collecting data on campus and synthesizing areas of need for accessibility support.
Provide guidance and influence digital accessibility strategic priorities for campus.
Al Nemec – Web Services Manager, College of Agricultural & Life Sciences
Bridget Whelan – Web Designer & User Experience Specialist, External Affairs – Law School
Elizabeth Richardson – Web Developer, Application Infrastructure Services – DoIT
Jessie Nemec – Senior Web Developer, General Library System
Law & Policy
UW–Madison Web Accessibility Policy
All new or revised Web pages and other Web resources published, hosted or otherwise provided by the University must be in compliance with the World Wide Web standards defined in the Federal Rehabilitation Act Section 508 per UW–Madison implementation procedures.
Wisconsin State Accessibility Laws
The State of Wisconsin is committed to making our websites and web applications accessible to all users, including people with disabilities. Sites must meet Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act.
Learn Accessibility Skills
Make it accessible
This guide will answer some of your questions and point you to resources for ensuring accessible IT for all at UW–Madison.
See all the Digital Accessibility guidance and resources UW–Madison currently has to offer.
UW–Madison Ways to Get Help
Wondering about all the different ways to get help with accessibility as a staff or faculty member? Check out these helpful resources.
This guide will answer some of your questions regarding procuring technology with accessibility in mind at UW–Madison.
Resources & Services
McBurney Disability Resource Center
Develops accommodation plans for eligible students with disabilities.