Where to get help with web accessibility updates

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As of July 2022, McGill's websites must meet web accessibility requirements outlined by the Government of Quebec in the Standard sur l'accessibilité des sites Web (SGQRI 008 2.0). Here are some resources to help you prepare:

Hands-on support

If you’re looking for hands-on support for meeting web accessibility requirements, you’ve got a few options:

  1. Sign up for our WS-106 Web Accessibility training course – see our Training & events page for the course schedule
  2. Register for our WS-104 Lab for content creators or the WS-302 Lab for Editors and Site Managers – see our Training & events page for the course schedule
  3. Reach out to the IT Support help desk

Self-serve support

For a detailed list of self-serve resources (guides, how-to documentation and videos) you can also visit the following pages:

Accessibility is an evolving field, so our resources and best practices will also evolve. Ensuring our sites are accessible is one way we are addressing equity at McGill.

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