As we prepare for a new academic year, it’s a good time to take a moment and brush up on best practices for web accessibility. Last year, we held an extensive web accessibility training session. Here are links to the video and materials from that session: Web Accessibility Training Video (50 mins) Web Accessibility Training Presentation Materials If you’d […]
We’re excited to share a few things in the works for Hope blogs. As we continue our work with compliance and web accessibility, we’ll soon introduce a revised design and other enhancements to the entire Hope College Blog Network. Although this is not a full redesign, it will include a new color palette and other style […]
Thank you to those of you who were able to join us for our Web Accessibility Training session in August! For those of you who were unable to attend or would like a refresher, below are links to a video of the presentation as well as the presentation materials. Web Accessibility Training Video (50 mins) […]
You may be aware of the ongoing efforts to address website accessibility as it pertains to the Hope College website (hope.edu) and our other web properties. In addition to the new Web Accessibility Policy and Web Accessibility Training recently offered, we will soon be introducing a revised design and other enhancements to the Hope website […]
As you may have heard, we’ve implemented a new Hope College Web Accessibility Policy. Additionally, we are offering web accessibility training this summer to educate those of us who are involved in editing Hope webpages. We strongly encourage our web content editors to attend. Our first Web Accessibility Training session will be held on Thursday, August […]
Dear campus community, We’re writing today to give you an update on website accessibility as it relates to the Hope College website, hope.edu. Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent people with disabilities from interacting with or accessing websites, so that all users have equal access to information and functionality. Hope […]
Thanks to our friends at the Academic Success Center for this great blog post “Do I Really Need to Caption My Videos?” Spoiler alert: the answer is yes! Read the post to learn why.