There are many tools available to help make your EIT content accessible, some of which are fee.

Web Accessibility in Mind

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WebAIM (Web Accessibility In Mind) has been one of the best resources on the web for accessibility since 1999. WebAIM is a non-profit organization based at the Institute for Disability Research, Policy, and Practice at Utah State University.

Website evaluation

These tools and checklists can help you to evaluate the pages on your site for accessibility. Some will note specific concerns that you can update as you make improvements.


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Content creation cheatsheets

Color contrast

Color contrast checkers can verify text and link colors have sufficient contrast against background colors.

Screen readers

Video and Audio

Keyboard testing

Testing tools like WAVE can identify many accessibility errors, however some testing must be conducted manually, including keyboard testing.

All web content should be accessible without the user needing a mouse. You can perform a keyboard access test by using the Tab, Escape, Return/Enter, and arrow keys, as well as the space bar, on any keyboard. You should be able to access and operate all interactive elements (links, buttons, form fields). No element should trap the cursor without an obvious way to exit or close the element.

Learn more about Keyboard Accessibility from WebAIM.

Document conversion

SensusAccess: is an online document conversion system that converts text and image-based files into more accessible formats. It can also be used to transform text and image-based files into different outputs including audio, Braille, or e-text formats.