CU-Boulder has committed to fostering an accessible campus environment now and into the future. Our goal is to not only, create a rich learning experience for all campus faculty, staff and students, but also become a leader in promoting universal access for all users. To that end, there is a project underway to improve Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility. Learn more about the effort below.
The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Accessibility project will implement policies, procedures, service modifications and documentation in support of accessibility capabilities and compliance for ICT equipment, systems and services on the CU-Boulder campus. Find the executive summary and full project charter on the ICT Accessibility Project Charter page.
CU-Boulder assembled a diverse project team, with representatives from Disability Service, the Office of Information Technology, and University Communications with strong representation and support from campus leadership, in order to create an accessible campus environment. Learn more about the full project team by visiting the Project Organizational Chart page.
The ICT Accessibility project has an aggressive timeline to resolve existing accessiblity issues, as well as create an campus environment that is commited to providing a rich university experience for all. Details about the project timeline and resolution proposal can be found on the Project Resolution Timeline page.
In order to promote/celebrate diversity and accessibility across campus, CU-Boulder is hosting the first annual Diverse Learners Awareness Week (DLAW) on April 18-22, 2016. Topics for the conference include using assistive technologies, interactive demonstrations, round table discussions, and we want you to be involved in sharing the unique ways you learn and play at CU.