proLearning innovations has created a comprehensive 48-page Website Accessibility Guide geared specifically to anyone involved with website development.
The intent of this Guide is to provide the reader with the skills, knowledge and expertise they need to effectively build accessible websites, as per the Accessible Website requirement under the Information and Communications Standard.
In addition to providing an abundance of relevant information, this document includes links to many interesting and educational websites. These have been included to further educate the reader, as well as provide a more interactive and rich learning experience.
Benefits of this Guide include:
Significant cost-savings to organizations:
- The need to outsource accessible web development will be minimized as internal IT staff develops their skills through this Guide.
Helps to facilitate the achievement of AODA goals and objectives
- This resource has been designed for all individuals (employees and external consultants) involved with the development of accessible website. Having such a resource available will help Ontario attain its goal of becoming a province where every person who lives or visits can participate fully, including persons with disabilities.
Intended Audience: Internal IT Staff, External IT Consultants, Marketing/SEO Specialists, Layout Designers, Programmers, and Content Editors
Here’s what experts in the field are saying about the Guide:
“proLearning has created an incredibly useful guide to web accessibility. It opened my eyes on how to sharpen my skills on creating a site that opens the content up to a larger audience. It is worth the time to sit down and read through this accessibility guide to improve your website building and maintenance skills.”
– Eric Bell
Longhorn Web Design
“The IT Guide to Website Accessibility is a great way for not only designers and techies to grasp accessibility considerations and pragmatic approaches, but for anyone concerned with the comprehending the barriers and accommodations we are creating in our digital landscape.”
– Rob Harvie, Director, Inclusive Media and Design Inc.
Previous Director of Information Technology Services, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto
The cost of a perpetual organizational license for this comprehensive Guide is only $299.00 +HST.
NOTE that a perpetual licence enables you to share this document with as many individuals within your organization as you wish.
Sharing this document with others outside your organization is strictly prohibited.
After purchasing the document, an accessible PDF version will immediately be available for download.
To download, scroll to the end of the electronic receipt and click the download link. This will send you to the proLearning receipt. Scroll down to the receipt and click DOWNLOAD. Be sure to save the document, and the IT Guide to Web Accessibility will be ready for use.