Duke is committed to making web content available to all through conformance with web content accessibility guidelines.

Duke believes web content needs to be accessible to people with a wide range of abilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological abilities. Everyone is encouraged to keep web accessibility in mind to maximize every user's web experience.

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Learn what web accessibility is and why it matters.

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Learn the guidelines and how to assess if a website is compliant.

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Read Duke's Guidelines on web accessibility.

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Request an assessment, get training, or report an issue.

Purpose

This website will help people at Duke understand web accessibility requirements, and Duke's web accessibility Guidelines and how to meet those standards. You'll find web accessibility definitions and terms, how to assess the accessibility of a website, how to fix problems, and where to get help.

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Duke University announces new web accessibility guidelines

September 18, 2017

Duke continues its commitment to diversity and inclusion.