It’s relatively easy to find technical information about web accessibility for developers, but it can be a challenge to find guidance specifically for content contributors—especially those who have limited technical skills. This is a particular challenge in higher education, where website managers may be responsible for the training and oversight of dozens—or even hundreds—of contributors who add text, links, images, and graphics to thousands of pages across a site or sites.
Learn how WCAG 2.0 can be simplified to 12 success criteria for non-technical content contributors, how to evaluate compliance on your website, and how to get a jump start on training (or re-training) based on your findings.
Norma StaryWeb Content Coordinator
Norma Stary is the web content coordinator at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She has more than 20 years experience managing online content--nearly 15 at colleges and universities. At FIT, Stary oversees information architecture, quality control, policy, accessibility, and training for the college's website. She has earned a certification in Accessibility Core Competencies through the International Association of Accessibility Professionals and a master's degree in Information Design and Technology from SUNY Polytechnic, where her research and thesis focused on web accessibility.