A line icon of the universal accessibility symbol.Oklahoma ABLE Tech offers training and technical assistance on topics related to digital accessibility, as well as accessibility evaluations of websites, web applications, and other types of digital content.

These services are offered free of charge to state agencies, schools, universities, CareerTech centers, and the Oklahoma Workforce System. Custom training is available for an additional cost.

For those outside the organizations listed above, technical assistance is available at a rate of $90/hour and training is available at a rate of $400/hour.

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!

Available Services:

  • Face-to-face or virtual training
  • Self-paced, asynchronous course development
  • Assessment of documents, websites, and web applications
  • Assistance with correcting accessibility barriers
  • Policy and strategy guidance

Types of Content Reviewed:

  • Microsoft Word documents
  • Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
  • Adobe PDF files
  • Adobe InDesign files
  • Websites
  • Web applications
  • New technology projects

Digital Accessibility Quick Tips

A Letter to My Fellow Communications Majors: Let’s Talk Digital Accessibility

June 17, 2024
By Kennedy Willingham, Oklahoma ABLE Tech Communications Intern     Dear Fellow Undergrads, As we prepare ourselves to enter…

What Small Business Owners Should Know About Accessibility Laws

June 3, 2024
by Lyssa Prince, Digital Accessibility Program Manager at Oklahoma ABLE Tech Small business owners wear many hats. If…

DYK There’s a Digital Accessibility Blog?

May 22, 2024
Did you know the Digital Accessibility team has a blog? Read it to find actionable tips and tricks…

Our Favorite Accessibility Tools

May 13, 2024
by Peyton Haley, Accessible Communications Coordinator When you’re just starting to learn how to make accessible digital content,…

Digital accessibility and low vision experiences. 

May 6, 2024
By Brent Greyson, Instructional Design and Accessibility Specialist When we think about digital accessibility, it’s common to think…

Additional Resources

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.