Fall 2010 – An Anecdotal History of Sound and Light


Memorandum


Effective February 15, 2018, NYU has adopted a Website Accessibility Policy that requires NYU websites and content to be accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. This aligns with NYU's commitment to inclusion, and with federal regulations and standards.

As parts of NYU, Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) and Interactive Media Arts (IMA) are committed to supporting an information technology environment that provides individuals who have a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight or cognitive abilities the opportunity to participate in University programs, benefits and services. ITP and IMA's commitment to digital accessibility is grounded not only in principles of equity and inclusion, but also with the knowledge that accessible digital content generally enhances usability for everyone.

The Website Accessibility Policy covers all websites and content across ITP and IMA. For more information about the policy and about accessibility more generally at NYU, visit the NYU Digital Accessibility site for details including:

  • FAQs for web developers, content creators, and faculty
  • A checklist of Top 10 Accessibility considerations
  • Background information on accessibility
  • Training opportunities
  • Step-by-step instructions for making documents accessible
  • Procedures with timelines, responsibilities, and procurement assistance

If you need furthur information about Website Accessibility Policy at NYU, please feel free to contact ITP Web/Network Administrator: yenan.chen@itp.nyu.edu.

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