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Equal Access: UD of Student Service

This 6 page handout is used as a checklist for making campus services welcoming, accessible, and usable. Questions regarding planning and policies, the physical environment, staff, resources, and technology can be asked to ensure that all individuals have equal access.

DO-IT, Washington University

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Posted by: diha2000 on Thu Oct 13, 2011 at 7:51 a.m.

The website content is helpful, but it is very text heavy. Both the website and PDF document version could benefit from some more pictures.

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