World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
- The governing body on accessibility guidelines and standards. All Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities(AODA) is based on the standards created by the consortium
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA)
- The AODA standards are specific to Ontario
- All public facing businesses and content supplied by them are requiredto comply with AODA standards
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
- A subscription basedtool to manipulate PDF’s. The paid version must be used to access accessibility features
Articulate Rise Accessibility Forum
- Articulate is continually adding to their accessibility features by harnessing the community updating their tools. This webpage lists new features that are added and how to use them.
- The Accessibility Hub has Queen’s specific guidelines and tools that may help in the process of creatingaccessible documents.
- The Accessibility Hub can also be contacted if more information or support is needed.
Arts and Science Online Multimedia Team
- For more support relating to accessibility, please feel free to reach out to the Arts and Science Multimedia team at: firstname.lastname@example.org