Calbright College recognizes the importance and benefits of using technology to enhance student learning, especially as it helps students, faculty and staff communicate more effectively. With the use of technology comes the responsibility of ensuring that everyone has access to the same information. We provide some guidance and resources to assist you in preparing your electronic documents and content in the Accessibility Resources below on this page.
What does accessibility mean? It means that we prepare digital information in such a way that those needing assistive technology and those with disabilities can access the same information as everyone else. There are many disabilities and forms of assistive technology, we provide our digital information according to the WCAG 2.0 AA success criteria to make it accessible in accordance with Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Disclaimer for PDFs: Some documents on this website may not be machine-readable text due to the date it was created. If you are a person with a disability who would like to fully access the contents of a document on this website and find it is not accessible, contact us.
Calbright College students with disabilities are encouraged to take advantage of the services provided by Accessibility Services.
If you have trouble accessing any of our webpages or documents, please send an e-mail to us by using the Report a Concern Form. Please help us respond to you in the most beneficial way by indicating the following:
- The web page URL at issue (e.g., www.calbright.org);
- Your contact information: name, phone number, and email address;
- If you are able to do so, technical information, including: device (e.g., Chrombook, iPad), web browser name and version, and any adaptive software you are using;
- Please provide a detailed description of your question or concern;
- If you are able to do so, please include a screenshot or image of the web page at issue.
The purpose of this information is to support our staff and faculty with resources for making class and website content accessible to everyone. While many of these examples may be in context of our college, everyone is welcome to these resources.
If you have recommendations or requests for information concerning accessibility, please email [email protected].
If you would like to report a barrier to accessibility on our site, please submit the Report a Concern Form.