Digital accessibility ensures that NYU’s websites, applications, and digital content can be used by all, including those using assistive technologies. Visit nyu.edu/it/accessibility for more information on creating digital content that adheres to the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 standards.
NYU College of Global Public Health Associate Professor Danielle Ompad recently collaborated with the Digital Studio’s educational design technologist Sharon Kay to develop a course for the CGPH’s Master’s program in Public Health.
Learn how to incorporate accessibility best practices with NYU IT’s digital accessibility website. The site assists NYU community members in creating an inclusive web experience using accessible graphics, documents, videos, and more.
ITP Camp is a four-week evening and weekend program that offers professionals and students a chance to get their feet wet with cutting-edge technologies. The emphasis is on using technology to turn ideas into reality, and encouraging students to create physical representations of their ideas.
Augmented Reality is set to become one of the largest new industries of the 21st century. The Mobile Augmented Reality Lab at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering introduces students to working with AR in a myriad of ways.