CSU Professional Development for Accessible Technology - Web - Explores accessibility issues and provides straight forward advice and guidance about creating usable content whether you are a novice or advanced author of course content.
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Quick Tips Reference Card - summarizes key concepts of accessible Web design.
Essential Components of Web Accessibility - this document shows how Web accessibility depends on several components working together and how improvements in specific components could substantially improve Web accessibility.
Checklist for Cal Poly Pomona Web Pages - approved by CPP IT governance on 5/2008.
WebXACT - formerly called Bobby, a free online service that lets you test single pages of web content for quality, accessibility , and privacy issues.
HiSoftware® Cynthia SaysT Portal - a web content accessibility tool designed to identify errors in content related to section 508 standards and/or the WCAG guidelines.
WAVE 3.0 Accessibility Tool - exposes errors and highlights content where accessibility considerations require human judgment.
Mozilla/Firefox Accessibility Extension - adds features to Mozilla or Firefox to make it easier for people with disabilities to view and navigate web content based on the structural markup used to create the web page. It can also be used by Web developers to check their structural markup.
W3C X/HTML Validator - a free service that checks Web documents in formats like HTML and XHTML for conformance to W3C Recommendations and other standards.
W3C CSS Validator - a free service that checks Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in (X)HTML documents or standalone for conformance to W3C recommendations
ColorSelector - a tool for developers to help determine the most accessible combinations of background colors and text colors in real time.
Colour Contrast Analyser - a tool for checking foreground & background colour combinations to determine if they provide good colour visibility for conformance with Checkpoint 2.2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
Lift For Dreamweaver - a production tool that works within the authoring environment offering users powerful features which streamline web page production while ensuring that the content is accessible to standards such as US Section 508 and W3C.
Step 508 - an electronic tool that prioritizes the repairs you should make to ensure that your Web site is compliant with the accessibility requirements of Section 508 and provides the metrics to report your progress in improving the accessibility of your site over time.
Web Accessibility Toolbar - is provided by the Accessible Information Solutions (AIS) team of Vision Australia. It has been developed to aid manual examination of web pages for a variety of aspects of accessibility. It consists of a range of functions that identify components of a web page, facilitate the use of 3rd party online applications, simulate user experiences and provide links to references and additional resources.
Ensuring Access through Collaboration and Technology (EnACT) - support students with disabilities within the California State University in attaining their post secondary educational goals.
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) - works with organizations around the world to develop strategies, guidelines, and resources to help make the Web accessible to people with disabilities.
Usability.org - primary government resource on usability and accessibility, including the latest usability research and training opportunities.
Guide to Working with Students - University of Wisconsin's guidelines and helpful hints for working with students who have various kinds of disabilities.
Disability Etiquette Handbook - a glossary of acceptable terms developed by the City of San Antonio Disability Access Office.