The Web Accessibility Service is happy to provide advice on evaluating web resources for accessibility or to conduct evaluations; but staff are encouraged to carry out their own accessibility evaluations wherever possible. The following is a basic list of techniques for carrying out a rudimentary accessibility review of a web site:
Make a note of all the potential accessibility barriers you find - and make sure you act to remove them (or provide ways round them).
Keep a note of any barriers that are difficult or impossible to remove - and consider how someone who encounters them can be supported in other ways.
Keep evaluating as your resource evolved - new barriers can inadvertently appear whenever new content is added or existing content edited.
For more advice, speak to the Web Accessibility Service.Back to Top
Times Higher Education, Student Experience Survey 2012