Don't panic! We're developing resources and training materials, and you'll have time to bring your sites into compliance. In the meantime, you can find lots of helpful information on the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative site.
Web accessibility means that people with disabilities can read, navigate, and contribute on the web.
This website, webaccess.msu.edu, provides a central place for web accessibility guidelines, tutorials, forms, and services available to the MSU community.
Accessible Course Materials
As materials used in courses are increasingly accessed digitally and online, this site also provides tutorials for creating accessible course materials. Please be aware of the Updated Guidance on Accessibility Considerations: The Use of e-Texts, 12 March 2013 (PDF).
Training and Support
Various classes and workshops are available for additional web accessibility training.
Separate consulting services are also available to the MSU community.