Do You Coordinate Events on Campus? Read This.
The ADA accommodations field on the university calendar is currently optional but will become required this fall.
Honoring 30 Years of Inclusion #ThanksToTheADA
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), signed into law on July 26, 1990, is a monumental piece of civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination towards individuals with disabilities.
New Campus Accessibility Map Now Available
NC State has a new and improved campus accessibility map that shows accessible routes throughout campus.
Creating Accessible Online Content is Critical
Clicking a button or searching for an answer isn’t that easy for everyone if online content isn’t accessible.
New OIED Website to Improve Accessibility
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity will launch an improved website later this month.
What’s with all the Scooters?
You've seen them zipping down streets, sidewalks, ramps and alleyways. You've heard their notable chime when somebody hops on. Electric scooters have taken U.S. cities by storm.
Grants for Captioning Multimedia Now Available for Instructors
As NC State faculty integrate multimedia into their courses more and more, it is imperative that courses are captioned. Captioning refers to the process of adding text captions to media that uses audio. Faculty can now apply for a captioning grants.
Arts NC State to Provide Accessible Showings of Upcoming Productions
A member program of Arts NC State, University Theatre provides quality theatrical, artistic and practical experiences for the NC State and Triangle communities. This month, University Theatre prepares for its fourth main stage show Hairspray, The Broadway Musical. On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 7:30 pm, University Theatre will provide accessibility showings of the production with audio descriptions and closed captioning.
New NC State IT Accessibility Coordinator Emphasizes Outreach
Since her arrival last month, Crystal Tenan has already been spotted around campus, “getting the lay of the land,” as she describes it. As NC State’s IT accessibility coordinator, Tenan says her first priorities are needs assessment and helping to educate the campus about accessibility.