IAAP Resource LibraryWelcome 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.
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- Accessibility Curriculum Module
- Digital Web Competencies
Accessibility Roles and Responsibilities
Mapping WCAG2 to Project Roles
- Authored by Sarah Bourne, Director of IT Accessibility, MassIT, the Mapping WCAG2 to Project Roles document considers all 61 success criteria for WCAG 2.0 Level A, AA, and AAA against 10 roles that span software project responsibilities.
- Mapping WCAG2 to Project Roles
- Procurement Processes
- Technical Practices (available to IAAP Members only)
- Integration and Implementation of Accessibility (available to IAAP Members only)
- Self-Assessment Tools/Models (available to IAAP Members only)
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- Submitting additional resources by completing the IAAP Resource Submittal Form
- Contribute to existing resource discussion or start a new post in IAAP Connections (available to IAAP Members only)
- Become a member of the ODC by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
- Become an IAAP member and join IAAP today!
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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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