Accessibility is the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent access to, or interaction with websites and electronic media, and the consumption of their content by people with permanent (e.g. one arm, blind, ADHD) or temporary (e.g. broken arm, cataract) disabilities and situational limitations (e.g. holding a baby, driving a car). All users have equal access to information and functionality when websites and other digital media are properly designed, developed, edited and maintained.

SUNY Oswego is committed to improving accessibility of web content and all related digital media, including audio and video. This site will inform and assist campus staff, faculty and students in creating accessible electronic documents and materials, as well as providing additional resources, including templates, guidelines and tutorials for more detailed information.

Getting Started

Choose one of the options below that most closely reflects what you would like to do:

Applying accessibility standards

  • Accessibility as a human right
  • Creating content for an unknown audience
  • Guidelines and standards that must be followed

Creating accessible content

  • How to create or revise materials, making them accessible
  • Step by step tutorials for creating accessible word documents, presentations, web pages, etc.
  • Templates that can be downloaded and adapted to a variety of needs

Finding other accessibility services

  • Physical accessibility services
  • Academic or workplace accommodations
  • Event accommodations
  • Professional development
  • Title IX 

Accessibility Questions?

Reach out to the workgroup on accessibility practices:

Kate Percival
Accessibility Analyst

Rebecca Mushtare
Associate Professor of Graphic Design
Associate Director of CELT

Find an Accessibility Fellow.

Report an accessibility error

If you come across an accessibility error on please fill out the report an accessibility issue form to alert us.