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AccessMU Center

The AccessMU Center works to create a more accessible digital environment by providing information and services to enhance equal access for students with and without disabilities. Responsibilities include the accessibility review and testing of applications, websites, and documents; accessibility training; and captioning support services.

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About Us

Meet the AccessMU Center staff, and learn about our efforts to advance accessible technology at Miami.

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Policy and Procurement

Learn how Miami ensures that the technology purchased, used, developed or maintained by the university is accessible to all.

Student Resources

Connect to a variety of assistive technology, learning resources, and support.

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Faculty and Staff Resources

Learn about roles and responsibilities, and explore resources that will help you design accessible content.

Training and Support

Creating accessible content is vital for a successful digital experience. Removing barriers will broaden your audience, make websites more user-friendly, improve Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and meet web accessibility standards.

Learn more about these standards and ways to create accessible content.

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Upcoming Events

Tell Us!

We are working to create a more accessible environment at Miami University because we believe in providing equal access and equal opportunity to everyone, regardless of disability or special needs. If you are facing an accessibility barrier or simply want to share your thoughts on how we can better accommodate the needs of the Miami community, we want to hear from you!

Access for All: AT Symposium

Technology plays an increasingly important role in teaching classes and presents exciting opportunities for dynamic instruction. The annual AT symposium is designed to discuss current issues and trends in accessible technology, and provide information about universal design and building accessible content for classroom and marketing materials.

Contact AccessMU Center

316 Shriver Center
701 E. Spring St.
Oxford, OH 45056