Improve the Accessibility of UF’s Websites

UFIT is offering FREE Siteimprove training to all faculty and staff who manage websites on behalf of the university. The 1-hour, virtual training will be particularly beneficial for site administrators, web managers, and web content editors who must ensure people with disabilities can equally perceive, navigate, and use their websites.

Wednesday, May 24
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Click here to register.
A Zoom link will be sent to registrants prior to the training.

This vendor-led training session will teach attendees how to prioritize accessibility issues, tips to prevent further accessibility issues from arising, and how to use Siteimprove to fix broken links and misspellings. Site administrators can request access to Siteimprove here. The platform offers users an at-a-glance dashboard that clearly pinpoints where improvements to accessibility should be made. Utilizing Siteimprove helps guarantee university websites comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines for compliance levels A, AA, and AAA.

Please contact the UFIT training team for additional information about the Siteimprove training or other UFIT trainings offered.