Google Apps Accessibility Guidelines

Google Apps are increasingly being used on campus in a multitude of ways, from academics to staff meetings. Because of the ease of publishing content from Google Apps to the Web and sharing it with others, care must be taken to ensure that all people are able to fully participate in online university activities. There are a number of accessibility problems with Google Apps. These guidelines will help you understand what needs to be considered when using Google Apps in various contexts.

http://google.ncsu.edu/accessibility/google-apps-accessibility

Please note that these guidelines in no way inhibit you from using Google Apps @ NC State for your own personal work. The limitations and considerations begin when you share your content with others.

Questions about accessibility and the use of Google Apps should be directed to Greg Kraus, University IT Accessibility Coordinator, at greg_kraus@ncsu.edu.

FAQs for ICT Accessiblity Regulation

The IT Accessibility Committee, in conjunction with the Office of Information Technology and the Office of General Counsel, has released a set of frequently asked questions for the revised Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility Regulation. These FAQs give guidance in understanding accessibility laws and policies, accessible content, procurement practices, and emerging technologies. Questions about the FAQs should be directed to Greg Kraus, University IT Accessibility Coordinator, at greg_kraus@ncsu.edu.