UNM prioritizes campus accessibility

Last month, The University of New Mexico announced that they were expanding their accessibility efforts for their students, faculty, staff, and community members on the main campus in Albuquerque.

“Accessibility is only the first step as we’re moving towards universal design, which is looking at everything you do in a way that isn’t just helpful for people with disabilities but is also for different learning styles, ages, and abilities – and building that into every decision we make,” said UNM Chief Compliance Officer & ADA Coordinator, Francie Cordova.

UNM engaged TPGi to assess the accessibility of their website, digital assets, policies and also provide accessibility training to their team of web designers and developers.

Check out the complete release at UNM.edu

Categories: Accessibility News, World of Accessibility

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