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To ensure that the computer labs on Temple’s campuses meet accessibility standards, the University has developed the following guidelines and checklist.
Computer Lab Accessibility Guidelines
Computer Lab Accessibility Checklist
Click to download a printable version of the checklist
Temple is committed to ensuring that learning spaces - such as lecture halls, theater/auditoriums, studios and classrooms on Temple’s campuses meet accessibility standards. The University regularly reviews all spaces. More information on accessible learning spaces is available in the following guidelines and checklist.
Learning Space Accessibility Guidelines
Learning Space Accessibility Checklist
On February 24, Mike Marotta visited Temple to lead training/info sessions on Assistive and Accessible Technology.
The three featured sessions of the day were:
Mike has been gracious enough to share his presentations and supporting content on the page linked below.
Renee Kirby, associate director of Disability Resources and Services, was inducted into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.
Visit Temple Now to read the full article.
DATE: Friday, October 14, 2016
TIME: 9am – noon
LOCATION: Mitten Hall, Room 250
Free and open to the public!
Learn about Assistive Technology for the Workplace from
Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT)a program of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, College of Education
Also providing information:
Other featured programs:
Click on the form links below to complete your request and/or checklist.
(you will be prompted to login with your AccessNet username and password)
Software Exception Request
A guide to accessible purchasing is now available in the How-To section.
Accessibility guidelines for multimedia are now available in the Standards and Guidelines section under the Policies and Guidelines tab.
Accessibility checklists for Word and PowerPoint now available.
The checklists can be found in the 'How-To Materials' section, at the bottom of the 'Website and Document Accessibility' section. To use the checklists you will need Microsoft Word or a Microsoft Word viewer.
The University has published updated web sites, web-based systems, and web-based content accessibility standards and guidelines. The standards and guidelines can be found at the Temple University Accessibility Statement page.
The University has published guidelines for accessible computer labs. It is recommended that computer labs in need of remediation have all work finished by Fall 2014. The guidelines can be found on the Accessible Computer Labs and Learning Spaces page.