The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are a group of guidelines that aim to create a "single shared standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally" - Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Overview
Use the tabs to see some of the most useful guidelines. For the exact wording, additional guidelines, and additional information, please visit the WCAG Quick Reference guide.
There are many browser extensions that can help you check the accessibility of any online learning object. Below are just a few of the more popular and useful ones. Please visit their websites to learn more about the extensions and which may be best suited for your use
Please scroll down for video tutorials on how to set up both an accessible GoogleDoc and an accessible MS Word document.
When working with images in your documents or websites, always provide alt text information for informative images.