In order to ensure that Binghamton is accessible to everyone, we need to ensure that our websites, online course offerings, electronic forms and other information are available to members of our community who use assistive technology. This information will serve as a guide in creating, purchasing and examining the electronic content you and your department offer to our community.
Electronic information comes in a variety of forms. Thinking about accessibility at the start is the easiest way to build in accessibility for all.
Electronic documents must be accessible with the use of assistive technology and presented in a format that is clear and well-organized.
Classroom and Online Instruction
Designing courses with accessibility in mind is critical to ensuring that everyone can participate and learn.
In order to be fully inclusive, Binghamton's websites must be accessible to everyone.
It is essential to ask vendors to explain how their products are accessible, test for accessibility, and include accessibility assurances in purchase agreements.
SUNY has entered into an agreement with Deque Systems Inc. to provide accessibility training across all SUNY campuses.