Finalsite teams up with AudioEye to share what goes into creating accessible content, and how to ensure you have it on the Finalsite Platform.
School Website Accessibility Resources
Dive into best practices on ADA compliance and accessibility from Certified Accessibility Experts.
For us, website accessibility is not just about meeting a federal regulation — it is about building a website that is inclusive for all. Along with our Certified Accessibility Partner, AudioEye, our goal is to provide you with the knowledge you need to build and maintain an accessible website. Browse our library of school marketing resources, including on-demand webinars, blogs, and whitepapers, to help you master the topic.
Certified Accessibility Experts from AudioEye share why accessibility is more than just a federal regulation.
Learn how to make your website design and content accessible by the new January 2018 deadline.
Learn website accessibility basics, and what your district needs to do to meet compliance standards by January, 2018.
Free e-book: Website Accessibility Basics
Is your school just beginning their website accessibility journey?
Get started with this simple three-step guide and overview of accessibility and compliance.
Learn why accessible website content will become a requirement by January of next year for many schools and how you can assure your school site is up to compliance.
How does your district achieve and maintain ADA compliance? Follow these five steps for success.
A new CMS provider isn't your one-stop-shop for website accessibility. There's a much bigger picture here.
Looking for a new website partner to build an accessible website? We put together this checklist to help you know what to look for.
Districts have about six months to make their website ADA accessible. Here's a month-by-month plan for ensuring your district is compliant by this new deadline.
Finalsite announced today a new working agreement with AudioEye Inc., the market leader for accessibility.
How to make 7 key pieces of website content accessible and meet AA WCAG 2.0 requirements.
Website accessibility is more than just the right thing to do or a marketing strategy, it is now a legal requirement for any public school that receives federal funding. For districts just getting started, here's the 101.
- AudioEye: K-12 Education Web Accessibility Compliant Repository
- Current OCR Investigtations
- K-12 Web Accessibility Resolution Agreements
- Free eBook: Website Accessibility Basics: Three Steps for a Compliant Website
- WebAIM’s WCAG 2.0 Checklist
- WebAIM’s Section 508 Checklist
- WCAG 2.0 Quick Reference Guidelines
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
- Section 508 Standards
- ADA.gov Section 508 Report
Free Accessibility Audit
We'll use AudioEye's trusted software to run a full accessibility audit of your website, and provide hard data on the number of accessibility errors present, and advice on how to fix them.