According to the World Wide Web Consortium (WC3):
The WC3's Web Accessibility Initiative provides a wealth of information on making web content accessible to everyone. Helpful starting points include:
Another helpful resource is WebAIM's Introduction to Web Accessibility, which includes information on implementing web accessibility and principles of accessible design. WebAIM also provides many services, articles, resources, and discussion forums.
In this brief video from WebAIM, students share some of their experiences with the web and accessibility:
An e-mail and web-based service capable of automatically transforming documents into a variety of alternate formats for the visually and reading impaired. This video explains.
A webinar hosted by the Library Accessibility Alliance and presented by Grey L. Pierce, Assistant Director, MSU Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting, Michigan State University.
A webinar hosted by the Furman University Scholar Exchange and presented by Jared Smith, Associate Director of WebAIM.
A webinar hosted by the Furman University Scholar Exchange and presented by representatives from Springshare.
A webinar hosted by the Library Accessibility Alliance and presented by Sara Belmont, Web Developer, William & Mary Libraries.