[Athen] Looking for examples

Melanie P. Thornton mthornt at uark.edu
Wed Nov 20 10:23:41 PST 2019

Hi, Susie.

When I was at the U of Arkansas at Little Rock, we developed an accessibility page. The audience is both general public and campus stakeholders. I would do some things differently now, but it includes several elements that might be helpful to consider.


I like U of Arizona’s page:

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On November 19, 2019 at 9:08:10 PM, Sean Keegan (skeegan at ccctechcenter.org<mailto:skeegan at ccctechcenter.org>) wrote:

Hi Susie,

I have collected a few examples and these are listed on our website:

Take care,

On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 12:41 PM Susie Dunn <sdunn at southeast.edu<mailto:sdunn at southeast.edu>> wrote:
My institution is looking to develop a webpage that will house information about our commitment to accessibility on our public website. As I envision it, among other things, there will be a link to contact someone if they find something inaccessible, information about who to contact if a user has other accessibility connected concerns and basic information about our various accessibility policies and/or procedures. The intended audience for this page is the general public.

I am looking for examples of what others have done to get ideas on how to organize the page and content ideas so I don’t overlook something important. I have already looked at numerous sites, but few have the general public as the intended audience. Most of the sites I’ve looked at seem to have the campus community as the intended audience for the information housed at the site. (I’m also going to propose a page for our intranet site, that has college staff as the audience for those policies, forms and practices of interest and application for our staff.)

Can anyone suggest sites I should look at?

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.


Susie Dunn
Access/Equity/Diversity Specialist
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