All Web content and electronic publications should be made accessible to people with disabilities. If accessibility is not feasible, the information should be available by alternative means.
Campus web editors are responsible for verifying that their pages meet all university requirements including accessibility guidelines.
The University Web Services team is the central contact for Web-related accessibility questions and concerns.
University Web Services is one part of a campus-wide effort to meet accessibility needs of the UTC community. For more detailed information, please visit the following sites:
Accessible Information, Materials, and Technology Program
The Accessible Information, Materials, and Technology Program (ATI) was developed to ensure that information technology resources and services are accessible to all students, faculty and staff of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Disability Resource Center
It is the mission of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to provide leadership for creating a proactive culture of disability awareness on our campus and in our community.
By creating partnerships with a broad diversity of people, the DRC facilitates in the removal of barriers and creation of an accessible environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to our campus.
Walker Center for Teaching and Learning
Online tutorials pertaining to creating accessible documentation can be found through the Walker Center for Teaching and Learning. Additionally, they provide on-hands training for interested groups or individuals on campus.