Accessibility in IT is a community that focuses on building awareness, allyship, and accountability around digital accessibility at Stanford.

This program is part of Stanford IDEAL IT, which provides innovative approaches for increasing diversity, inclusion, equity, and access across Stanford IT.

Recent News

Upcoming Lunch-n-Learns Spotlight Practical Actions for Accessibility in IT

This spring, the IDEAL IT Accessibility in IT program is launching a new virtual lunch-n-learn series intended for anyone who wants to learn more about accessibility and why it’s important.

Joe Devon and Jennison Asuncion

Launching Accessibility in IT

In June, IDEAL IT launched Accessibility in IT, a new community-based program focused on allyship, awareness, and accountability around digital accessibility at Stanford.

Newest IDEAL IT pillar engages “hearts and minds” around digital accessibility

IDEAL IT and the Stanford Office of Digital Accessibility have teamed up to launch Accessibility in IT, a new program that is part of IDEAL IT and focuses on building allyship and awareness around digital accessibility.

Upcoming Events

Education and Awareness

Accessibility Concepts

Learn more about accessibility best practices. 

Create Accessible Digital Content

View step-by-step guides on creating accessible digital content.

Sponsors and Other Related Communities at Stanford

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Contact Us

If you have questions or need support with any aspect of the Accessibility in IT program, please contact Program Lead, Sean Keegan, at