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IT Accessibility for the State of Minnesota

 
 


What is accessible technology?

Why is it important? What is your role as a state employee? Learn more from the information, tools and resources in this section. You can also learn why accessibility is important to all of us in the video, The Electronic Curb Cut.  (Audio Transcript PDF).


  • Electronic Documents

    User guides, training and testing information to help you create accessible Microsoft Office and Adobe PDF documents.

  • Implementation Toolkit

    Guidance, tools, templates and sample plans to get your organization started on the path to accessibility.

  • IT Procurement

    Information, guidance and tools to help you procure accessible IT products and services.

  • Multimedia

    Tools, training and testing information to help you create accessible videos, podcasts, webinars and other multimedia.

  • Websites and Applications

    Tools, training and testing information to help you create accessible websites and applications.

  • Standards for IT Accessibility

    Get the facts on the state laws and technology standards governing accessibility in the "Policies and Standards" section.

  • Contracting for ASL or CART services

    You can now obtain services for sign language interpreting and communication access real time translation (CART) through master contracts via the Department of Administration, Materials Management Division. The contract release number is S-884(5). For more information, check out the ASL/CART page.