Producing digital content with accessibility in mind helps colleges, departments, and other business units to make sure online information is accessible to everyone, including users with disabilities and users of assistive technology. Document developers, web editors and other content providers should be aware of their role in ensuring that the content on their sites does not cause accessibility issues for the end user.

The articles in this series describe five common accessibility mistakes, and what you can do to fix them. These tips are only a starting point; for more tips, tools, and techniques, visit

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