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Explore upcoming digital accessibility workshops offered during National Disability Awareness Month
Wednesday, September 29, 2021

October is National Disability Awareness Month, a time to highlight the contributions of people with disabilities and recognize disability in our support of diversity, equity, and inclusion at Stanford.

As part of the many events happening across campus in support of National Disability Awareness Month, the Stanford Office of Digital Accessibility will host workshops, training sessions and office hours to share strategies and solutions for expanding our knowledge of digital accessibility.

October is National Disability Awareness Month. Learn more about upcoming digital accessibility events

Learn more about our October digital accessibility events.

Office Hours

Accessibility Office Hours

Hosted by the Office of Digital Accessibility Staff
Tuesdays in October, 11 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Location: Zoom
Sign up in advance

Have questions about the accessibility of your electronic content? The Office of Digital Accessibility Office Hours is your opportunity to ask subject matter experts about digital accessibility topics and learn how your website or other digital solutions function for individuals with disabilities. Our digital accessibility consulting engineers are available to answer questions and explore solutions to make your digital content more accessible. 

Siteimprove Office Hours

Hosted by the Office of Digital Accessibility Staff
Thursdays in October, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: Zoom

Siteimprove is a scanning and monitoring tool that can highlight potential accessibility issues on your public-facing website. Free to the Stanford community, Siteimprove can be used to track accessibility issues and also identify other common website issues, such as broken links, misspelled words, SEO issues, and more. The Siteimprove Office Hours is an opportunity to ask questions and review results with the Office of Digital Accessibility team.

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