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Accessibility Training and Resources

Faculty and Staff Accessibility Training

Each quarter our Access Services department offers accessibility training. For more information, please contact Bobby Dutreix, Accessible Technology Program Manager at rdutreix@highline.edu or (206) 592-4602.

Accessibility Online Training

Accessibility 101: The Basics of Inclusive Design

This 4-week, online, asynchronous course is designed for faculty and staff who want to learn simple and quick steps to make materials accessible for people with disabilities and better for all users. Participants do not need to be tech savvy to take this course, but familiarity with MS Office applications and Canvas will be helpful. Participants will be introduced to basic accessibility concepts, practices, and inclusive design standards.

The time commitment for this course is approximately 25 hours.

To learn more, preview the lessons from Accessibility 101. Please see the Washington State Community and Technical Colleges professional development calendar for upcoming training dates.

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Accessibility Self-Paced Training

Recordings and resources from the SBCTC Accessibility Webinar Series are all now available. Each one addresses a different helpful topic about creating materials that will help your students access their materials.

Resources, How-to Guides, and Recordings from all seven webinars

Video Recordings

Accessibility 101 Self Guided Modules

Accessibility Resources


The following Accessibility Checklists are Google Documents available for download.

Screen Reader

Style Guide

  • Use Highline’s in-house style guide to find words, names and abbreviations commonly found at Highline. By following the guide, you will create consistency in your message, which will help your reader.

Web Accessibility