The University of California is committed to providing an electronic environment that is accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.
The Internet provides everyone quick and easy access to information, and it offers people with disabilities a way to obtain information without having to rely on others for assistance. Yet navigating Web sites can be difficult — sometimes impossible — for people with disabilities. (The WebAIM group provides more information about the challenges people with disabilities can face when using the Internet.)
Adobe provides information about creating accessible websites with Adobe products and technical challenges such as accessible PDFs and Flash.
One of the leading providers of web accessibility expertise, the WebAIM site includes articles on a variety of topics.
This accessibility consultant and author provides clear, useful information about the gamut of web accessibility issues.
This nonprofit organization seeks to promote the use and availability of accessible technologies. Knowbility offers customized training services and also runs AccessU, an annual accessibility conference held in Austin, Texas.
This online magazine has articles on technical topics, design, and Web content. The focus is on general standards and best practices, rather than accessibility specifically.
This site offers information on web standards, accessibility, and usability.
The California State University System has launched a major initiative to provide access to information resources and technologies to individuals with disabilities.