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Stanford University is committed to providing an online environment that is truly accessible to everyone. Building on our core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, we have collected these resources to help make it possible for everyone—including individuals with disabilities—to easily engage with Stanford websites.

Services and resources within Stanford

Stanford Office of Digital Accessibility (SODA)

The Stanford Office of Digital Accessibility provides guidance and direction for the adoption, development, and procurement of accessible electronic content and services.
Learn more about SODA

Accessibility for Design Standards & Practices

A document was created by Stanford Web Services to indicate accessibility checklists for designers from the beginning to the end of their process.

Testing

Form Accessibility and QA Checklist

A checklist created by Stanford Web Services specifically designed for forms. It builds on assumption that forms adhere to existing site style guides and checklists.
Learn more about the Form Accessibility and QA Checklist

PDF Accessibility Checklist

A checklist created by Stanford Web Services to support creating accessible PDF documents.
Learn more about the PDF Accessibility Checklist


Resources from The Paciello Group

The Paciello Group (TPG) is an accessibility solutions provider that supports all phases of accessibility through best-in-class management software and professional services.

Including People with Disabilities in Design

Considerations for disabilities when creating designs.
Learn more about the Including People with Disabilities in Design documentation

Annotating Designs for Accessibility

Describes how to annotate designs to explain accessibility considerations.
Learn more about Annotating Designs for Accessibility documentation