Digital Accessibility at Princeton

Enabling access

Princeton is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive community, which includes ensuring that its information technology supports participation by a broad range of people.

The Office of Information Technology provides services to help ensure the University's digital resources and information are accessible to people with disabilities. We guide decisions and directly support offices and colleagues who are responsible for technologies and digital information used for teaching and learning, research, administrative activities, and engagement.

Recent updates

Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day with our Accessibility Challenge!

May 19 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. The day recognizes the importance of inclusion for people with disabilities and reinforces Princeton’s core values of equity and inclusion. As a campus community, we are committed to supporting accessibility in digital environments.

Where you come in

To celebrate…

Introducing Editoria11y: Accessibility Autocorrect

Creating highly accessible Web content is complicated, and tends to start with a lot of training. At some point the question needs to be asked: how much of this complication is because the skills are new, and how much is because the tools we provide content editors have not kept up with the expectations we place upon them?

Getting started

Upcoming Trainings & Events

Accessibility Workshop Day 1: Digital Accessibility
Wed, Jul 13, 2022, 8:30 am5:00 pm

Please join us for day one of the workshop. Day one will focus on digital accessibility, and will be held over Zoom. For CPACC, WAS, and CPWA certified staff who need continuing accessibility education credits to maintain certification, it provides up to 15 hours of credits. 

Sessions will begin each day at 8:30 AM and end…

Accessibility Workshop Day 2: Hands-on with ASL and ODS
Thu, Jul 14, 2022, 8:30 am5:00 pm

Please join us for day two of the workshop. We welcome Professor Daniel Maier, who will teach us about deaf culture, and give us introductory American Sign Language lessons. We will then visit the Office of Disability Services, where we will tour the AccessAbility Center, learn about assistive technologies used by our students, and meet our…