ICT Accessibility at Princeton University
Princeton University is committed to ensuring that its Information Communication Technology (ICT) supports and encourages engagement by people reflecting the broad range of human perspectives and experiences. The impact of information technology in education has been profound in recent decades, presenting both opportunities and challenges. While, for the first time, technology enables those with sensory, physical, and cognitive differences to engage in ways that were not previously available to them, technology can unintentionally present barriers to access. Princeton University is committed to ensuring that its digital resources are accessible in teaching, research, and work.
Digital and ICT Accessibility Committee
The Digital and Information Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility Committee advises and supports the University and associated offices on issues, projects, policies and procedures to fulfill the goal of ensuring the accessibility of Princeton University’s Information Communication Technology and/or digital hardware, software, or systems.
The events section will track things like instructor led training, certification training, continuing education training, and other ways to engage with accessibility at Princeton University.
Refer to the announcements section for updates, news, and pertinent information about ICT Accessibility at Princeton University.
The contacts page provides information about accessibility for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the general public.