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ATI Accessibility Issues Overview
ATI Accessibility Issues
The CO ATI team in conjunction with the Center for Usability, Design, and Accessibility (CUDA) will review and present findings for accessibility issues that affect CSU campuses. Please submit comments or additional information to the discussion forum shown below. A new thread will be started for each report.
eTextbook Accessibility Project
The CSU has initiated a project to help its campuses evaluate, select, and implement eTextbook products that are as accessible as possible for students, staff, and faculty. Emphasis will be placed on developing and disseminating authoritative guidance, information, and resources (e.g. templates, evaluations) so that campuses can successfully tackle the rapidly-growing accessibility challenges associated with eTextbooks. The eTextbook Accessibility Project website includes a project briefing, several forms for gathering important information regarding eTextbook platforms, and links to various external references. Additional resources will be finalized and added to this site in the coming months.
Google Apps Accessibility Evaluation
In the summer of 2010, Peter Mosinskis from CSU Channel Islands assembled a team of approximately fifteen volunteers from seven different CSU campuses and one from the UC system to evaluate the accessibility of Google apps. During January/February 2011 the testing is being conducted. The test data will be analyzed and a report will be published by May 30, 2011. The evaluation process and procedures can be viewed at Google Apps Accessibility Evaluation Project
Accessibility of Campus Email Systems
The report includes campus survey, limited manual testing results for Gmail, VPAT review for Gmail and Microsoft's Live@edu, and workarounds for Gmail. The report can be viewed at Accessibility of Campus Email Systems.