Accessibility services at UW Bothell
UW Bothell IT Academic & Collaborative Technologies in partnership with UW-IT Accessible Technologies and the DO-IT Center offer a variety of accessibility services for the UW Bothell campus. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Ana Thompson via email email@example.com or phone at 425-352-3794.
We offer group or workshops or individual staff training on creating accessible documents, learning about universal design, accessibility in Canvas, PDF accessibility, etc. To request a workshop for your group, contact Ana Thompson via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 425-352-3794.
Canvas course accessibility assessments
We offer accessibility assessments for Canvas courses where we work with a faculty member to do training and review course files to determine actions needed. This process takes at least 2 weeks, and it is setup on a first come, first serve basis. To get started, submit a Request for an Accessibility Assessment (UW login is required).
Accessibility 101, our online training option offered in Canvas, is a self-paced course that offers a set of five modules with quizzes and some optional content. These modules can be studied in order for a more scaffolded experience, but individual topics can also be accessed as needed.
UW free PDF remediation service
If you have PDFs that are reusable and high impact , you can apply to have those files remediated (made accessible) by Access Technology Services (ATS) PDF Document Remediation Service. If approved, the files will go into a queue for remediation and you will be notified when they are finished.
UW free captioning service
ATS will caption a limited number of UW videos without charge through a service supported by UW-IT. Individuals, departments, and other units at the UW are encouraged to apply for funding to caption highly-visible, high-impact, multiple use, and/or strategic videos. For more information, contact Susie Hawkey (email@example.com).
- Videos available to the public on a high-use website
- Videos that will be used multiple times in a course
- Videos developed by several faculty members to be used in several different classes
If you are interested in applying for this service, please submit the UW Captioning Service Application.