Digital Accessibility

Office of Civil Rights Resources

The Department of Education released new video content designed to enhance accessibility training for the education community.

Yuja Captioning Resources

Learn more about Yuja's captioning options introduced with our new video content management system.

Learn about the Canvas Accessibility Checker

Canvas provides an easy to use accessibility checker for your rich editor course content and recently updated it to provide more functionality for course editors.

Need Training?

Our training page has information about upcoming events that will assist you in understanding digital accessibility policies and procedures.

100% Who is Responsible?

Everyone on campus has a responsibility to produce and distribute accessible content whether it is a faculty member creating a syllabus, a website editor publishing an information page or a staff member making documentation. Each of us need to understand how to make our digital content accessible.
TXST Bobcat Statue
Texas State Fountain leading to the Undergraduate Academic Center

Accessibility Resources

In this site you will find resources that will help you understand how to make accessible content while also understanding your responsibilities to TXST.

Purchasing Accessible Software

Our office reviews new software purchases as well as software renewals to ensure compliance.

State and Federal Law

Need help understanding accessibility requirements? Our State and Federal Law page will assist you in understanding your responsibilities.