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This section provides an introduction to accessibility standards, techniques, and tools.
World Wide Web Consortium
The W3C is the main international organization for the World Wide Web's globally recognized standards. Their accessibility site can be an excellent overall resource and is a good place to begin regardless of your need. You will find resources for both users and designers.
The W3C Web Accessibility Main Page: find tutorials, user guides, and tools for all things digital accessibility.
Another helpful resource is WebAIM, a nonprofit organization dedicated to accessibility advocacy and training. Their Introduction to Web Accessibility page is a good starting point. WebAIM also provides many other services, articles, resources, and discussion forums specific to your need.
LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform with hundreds of training videos and courses for all levels of expertise. Their accessibility courses are easy to follow and a good place to start. Be sure to use our institutional login for free access.