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Program Services

Stanford’s Online Accessibility Program offers a number of services to campus content creators and web developers seeking to produce accessible web content and adhere to Stanford's online accessibility policy.  These services are offered to all schools, departments, faculty members and other groups within the Stanford community.  Contact us for more details and to discuss your specific needs.

Website Accessibility Review

Using a variety of testing tools and drawing upon experience and understanding of the issues, the online accessibility program can conduct a high-level review of your existing web materials to uncover and document potential accessibility barriers. The review will also provide suggestions and specific recommendations on how to improve the overall accessibility of your material.

Reviews need to be scheduled in advance and generally take up to 30 days to complete.  Contact the program office for more details.


We can arrange presentations tailored to various stakeholder groups on the topic of Online Accessibility. These informational presentations can be customized to address the knowledge level and perspective of the audience, and can run from 30 minutes to a full day seminar.

Development Consulting Service 

Online Accessibility is not a bolt-on, after-the-fact solution; rather it is a key foundation upon which your project should be built. Stanford's Online Accessibility Program is available for consultation throughout your project's development cycle.  Include a design review of your wireframes, perform automated tests during development, with additional functional tests of non-standard interfaces, and a conduct user acceptance test (UAT) with assistive technologies before launch.   Contact the office to schedule a consultation.

Automated testing

SOAP also deploys services from Level Access (previously SSB Bart Group) to help Stanford achieve its Accessibility goal.  These services include automated tests, and Accessibility knowledge training modules. 
Last modified: 
January 22, 2020