Digital Accessibility

Websites, web-based applications, videos, and electronic documents are integral to the academic and administrative work of the University. Yale is committed to making its digital landscape accessible to people with disabilities through its Web Accessibility Policy, training, and guidance to owners and developers responsible for providing an accessible environment online.

Digital Accessibility Resources

Getting Started with Accessibility

To find out how the web accessibility policy impacts you, read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Read the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Overview to learn more about the standards Yale has adopted, and then see our best practice articles.

When you’re ready to begin updating websites, see our accessibility concepts articles and our WCAG checklist, or explore your training options.

Visit Working with Vendors to learn how to make accessible digital purchases.