WebAIM (web accessibility in mind)
To evaluate a page for web accessibility issues you can use the online WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool for free. This identifies accessibility errors on your web page and offers help with correcting them. The National Center on Disability and Access to Education offers a tutorial on using the tool.
There is also a Chrome extension available (only for the Chrome browser) that makes using the tool even easier:
The SU Helpdesk maintains a page for accessibility resources at this address: www.salisbury.edu/helpdesk/accessibility
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS.gov) Section 508 Accessibility checklists:
The National Center on Disability and Access to Education (www.ncdae.org) makes "cheatsheets" available to the public aid in the creation of accessible Microsoft Office and Adobe documents. Currently, there are cheatsheets available for Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel and for Adobe's Acrobat and InDesgin software products.
Go to www.ncdae.org/resources/cheatsheets/ to download and use free of charge.
Before publicly available video or audio is posted to a Salisbury University website it must be approved and vetted by an appropriate supervisor and the Publications Office. (Any video or audio that requires a login to access is NOT publicly available and not subject to this rule.)
In addition to an approval and vetting process, all video should be closed captioned and a transcript provided for audio. Services for providing closed captioning and transcription are available. Rev.com offers closed captioning and transcription at $1.00 per minute of video.