The accessibility policy for CU Boulder campus has been implemented in order to help all individuals to achieve their academic and professional goals. Accompanied by a set of draft standards, the policy implementation is ongoing. Review and provide feedback on the policy and standards.
The differences between keyboard and mouse navigation are more than just the type of device someone uses; navigation shapes a user’s whole approach. Most screen readers use keyboard navigation where keys are assigned to various kinds of content and actions. Mouse navigation is any sort of pointing device that moves... Read more »
Congratulations on the completion of another academic year! As you reflect on the successes of the past year and consider how you might continue to refine your courses for the future, the Office of Information Technology would like to highlight resources that can help ensure the accessibility of course materials... Read more »
We always welcome open and honest feedback regarding the accessibility of CU-Boulder's physical and technical environment. Visit the accessibility feedback form to offer any feedback you may have regarding campus accesibility.