IT Accessibility Support & Training

Rutgers Office of IT Accessibility (OITA) will hold web accessibility workshops for web developers and training for assistive and instructional technologies for students, faculty, and staff.

Individualized and group consultations are available by request.

If you are interested in training or have any questions after reviewing the links of available technology, please feel free to contact us.

Deque University Training

To help train Rutgers web developers and those who build Rutgers websites or maintain website frameworks, self-paced training has been made available through Deque University . These courses offer Web Accessibility fundamentals, accessibility in regards to HTML and CSS, learning about ARIA usage, and how to test for Accessibility.

There are limited slots available for usage. To request a login, please fill out the Deque University Signup form .

Universal Design Videos & Workshops

The Divison for Continuing Studies (DoCS) supports Rutgers academic units University-wide in creating and delivering hybrid and fully online courses. DoCS's Teaching & Learning with Technology office offers training workshops in Universal Design . Two of these sessions have been previously recorded, which you can watch at your own pace.

Contact the IT Accessibility Team