The Digital Accessibility Community of Practice was created to promote inclusive digital experiences and content for UW–Madison by cultivating community and providing opportunities to learn more about digital accessibility.
Join the Community
Connect with people across UW–Madison to learn more about what digital accessibility entails and how you can help make our digital community more inclusive.
To find out about upcoming events, get updates on important accessibility news, and participate in discussions, join our Teams channel:
We have a general email list for all those interested in updates about the Digital Accessibility Community of Practice. For developers, we have a specific email list for those interested in diving into the nitty-gritty technical details of digital accessibility.
Join one or both to get updates directly to your inbox.
Instructions for subscribing & unsubscribing to Google Groups »
Our regularly scheduled events include brief updates and news about accessibility, a presentation or demonstration, and then breakout room discussions as time allows.
Down the road, we hope to bring in more experts and host informal meet-and-greets.
All planned events are virtual unless otherwise noted.
Event details will be shared through the Google Groups email list and on the Teams Channel.
April 18, 2023: Fonts & Color Contrast
- June 13th, 2023: Accessibility Communication Handling
October 26, 2021: Hybrid Meeting Accessibility
September 14, 2021: Community of Practice Kickoff Meeting
February 1, 2022: Manual Testing Tools: PDFs and Screen Readers
April 27, 2022: Accessibility Policy
Related Groups & Resources
The Digital Accessibility Community of Practice is a new community emerging on campus. Its creation is being facilitated by the Accessible Technology Advisory Group (ATAG). ATAG also works closely with the Center for User Experience and the ADA Coordinator.