Accessibility Training and Resources 

The UI IT Accessibility Liaisons Group, in partnership with Student Disability Services and the Office of Teaching, Learning, and Technology, endorses accessibility awareness and training for technology providers and influencers at the University of Iowa. The Digital Accessibility Training and Resources Guide provides information on providing accessible technologies for faculty, staff, and others who need to provide accessible technology at Iowa. 

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The University of Iowa is committed to providing information technology and systems that are accessible to all guests, including users with disabilities and users of assistive technologies.
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Zoom: Enable Live Transcripts and Captions

Providing real-time captions and transcripts is simple way to make any Zoom session more accessible. Zoom hosts should enable Live Transcript at the beginning of every Zoom meeting.

IT Accessibility Policy: Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to frequently asked questions regarding the University's IT Accessibility policy.

Best Practices for Accessible Social Media

Social media platforms can present challenges to users with disabilities. You can build more inclusive, wide-reaching, trouble-free social channels by employing a few simple accessibility tips.