Digital Accessibility

Digital Accessibility, often abbreviated in accessibility circles asĀ a11y, helps bridge the gap between the physical assistive technology (AT) devices people use and digital environments like the internet, mobile apps, or digital documents. Unless your digital content is designed correctly, AT can’t interact with it properly, or often, at all. And yes, it is required by law! The Oklahoma ABLE Tech digital accessibility team can help you ensure that your digital content is accessible.


A line icon of the universal accessibility symbol.Oklahoma ABLE Tech offers digital accessibility training and technical assistance, as well as accessibility assessments. Cost varies by service and organization type

Available Services:

  • Face-to-face or virtual training
  • Assessment of websites, web applications, and documentsĀ 
  • Troubleshooting and correcting accessibility barriers
  • Accessibility policy and strategy guidance

Complete our training request form, assessment request form, or contact us at abt.a11y@okstate.edu to see how we can help you start, or continue, learning how to make your content accessible to all!


Oklahoma statute authorizes Oklahoma ABLE Tech to coordinate with the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) to provide technical assistance to agencies concerning the requirements of the Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility (EITA) Law in Oklahoma.

Digital Accessibility Blog

Check out these tips, tricks, and more to help you start incorporating more accessibility into your digital life!

Learn on Your Own!

If you aren’t quite ready for formal training or technical assistance, check out the action buttons below to help you start or continue your digital accessibility learning journey.


Take Self-Paced Online Courses


View Resources for Content Creation


Subscribe to Accessibility Updates


Read about Oklahoma Accessibility Laws & Standards