IAAP Resource Library

Welcome to the IAAP Resource Library. The IAAP Resource Library contains a collection of resources and programs that are collected, gathered, and developed by the Organizational Development Committee (ODC). The mission of the ODC is to develop resources and programs by which organizations, corporations and government entities can learn and grow their accessibility strategies so as to increase overall access and opportunities for persons with disabilities. 

The ODC welcomes your participation by submitting your own resources for the IAAP Resource Library, contributing to current discussions with members and by joining the ODC. Discover how you can get involved.


IAAP Member-Only Resources

  • Professional Development Framework
  • Business Case - Small University Accessibility Strategy
  • Accessibility Curriculum Module
    • Introduction to Accessibility
  • Digital Web Competencies
  • Procurement Processes
    • Policy Driven Adoption for Accessibility PPT from CSUN
  • Technical Practices
    • Accessibility Principles PPT PDF
    • Diverse Personas
    • Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools List
      • This page provides a list of evaluation tools that you can filter to find ones that match your particular needs.
  • Integration / Implementation of Accessibility
    • Guidance for Creating IT Policy on Accessibility 1.0
    • Proposed Accessibility Statements
  • Self Assessment Tools/Models
    • Accessibility Program Self-Assessment

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The ODC welcomes your participation by:

Once you submit your resource through the IAAP Resource Submittal Form, the ODC will review and discuss your resource on a monthly basis. Resources can be submitted in the form of a webpage, URL, or as a stand-along document. Please note that all materials submitted must be in an accessible format. Once each resource is reviewed, they will be updated to the library and you will be notified when your material has been published. For questions, please contact odcommittee@accessibilityassociation.org or info@accessibilityassociation.org.

Intellectual Property Disclaimer:
By submitting this form, I acknowledge that the resource or documents shared will be available for members of IAAP and/or the public. I represent to IAAP that I own all right, title and interest to all contents of this resource, or have obtained all appropriate and necessary licenses to use and publish any content with is the intellectual property of anyone else. I authorize IAAP to publish my presentation materials on the IAAP website and IAAP Connections.

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What will make our profession strong is having you as a member. Regardless of your knowledge level in accessibility, we all play a role in growing this profession. Help guide us to being a great professional association serving our diverse needs.

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Through use of IAAP Connections, you can join an existing discussion or even start your own. You can also blog, upload resources to libraries and join some of our committees.

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