Digital accessibility training is a great way to gain an understanding of why accessibility is important, improve the accessibility of MSU content, and become familiar with MSU's Digital Accessibility Policy. The Office for Civil Rights can facilitate access to accessibility training for MSU employees. Deque University offers online, self-paced training. Deque's comprehensive web and digital accessibility curriculum covers the full range of topics, with classes designed for a variety of professionals.
Course access requests will usually be processed within 1 to 2 days, and you will be notified when registration is complete. You will receive an email from Deque University with instructions on setting up your account.
As a part of its renewed commitment to digital access and inclusion, the Office for Civil Rights is underwriting the cost of Deque University training, which is now available at no-cost. Once you register for a course you will have at least six months to complete the training.
Please visit the Deque class listing page for an up-to-date list of training classes.
The lists below provide recommendations for Deque self-directed training options. Click on the course names to view the details and description on the Deque University website.
Request a consultation with MSU IT about providing customized accessibility training for groups within your college or your department on specific topics, or discuss why accessibility is important at MSU.