Lower Columbia College provides equal opportunity to its educational and administrative services, programs, and activities in accordance with federal and state law.

Equal opportunity includes appropriate and effective access to technology for students, employees, and community members. Ensuring equal access to technology is the responsibility of all college administrators, faculty, and staff. Returning learners can view recent training opportunities on the Accessibility Trainings page

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Getting Started

Get started making technologies and digital materials acccessible. Learn the basics of creating accessible content and best practices that apply to many different technologies.

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Get Help

Resources for Students and Staff experiencing inaccessible technology, as well as resources for faculty to get help making accessible course materials.

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Laws & Policies

Read about LCC accessible technology/anti-discrimination policies, state and federal accessibility laws, and LCC's Accessibility Workgroup plan.

Resources by Content Type

Before wading into the specifics of accessibility on any specific platform, make sure you are familiar with the General Content Accessibility Guidelines. These tools are the best place to start learning foundational tenets of content accessibility, and include practices shared by a wide variety of content types including those listed below.

Training Opportunities

Video recordings of past and upcoming trainings will be available at the Accessibility Trainings page

Contact Accessibility Coordinators

  Director of IT Services/Technology Accessibility Coordinator

   (360) 442-2251
Fax: (360) 442-2259

  Mary Kate Morgan/Director of Disability and Access Services & Special Populations

   (360) 442-2341