Approved by the University Technology Committee -- November 9, 2000
The university's World Wide Web Policy, Wright
Way #2001, states that "Web page owners and publishers must adhere to
the Accessibility Guidelines linked from the university's Web
Accessibility Information Web site located at http://www.wright.edu/web/access/
Process as of Spring Quarter 2000-2001
- To have access to a university Web server, you must check the appropriate
box on the Web
Access Request, which indicates you have read and understand the
university Web Accessibility Guidelines and
that you agree to incorporate the guidelines into any university Web sites,
which you create and/or maintain.
If you are requesting access to a server other than the university's main
Web server, you will be asked to respond to a similar question to gain access
to the Web server.
- If you already have access to a university Web server, you should already have
become familiar with the Accessibility
Guidelines and have incorporated accessibility into your existing site. Failure to do so will
result in execution of the compliance measures outlined below.
- If you are having difficulty understanding and/or implementing the guidelines,
faculty may enroll in a Web class offered by the Center for
Teaching and Learning. Staff and students who maintain university Web
sites may enroll in a Web class offered by CaTS/Library.
Classes will highlight accessibility issues and guidelines.
As of July 1, 2001, the following steps will be taken when Web pages are
found to be noncompliant with the Web
- Web page owner and publisher will be notified and given two weeks to correct
- If problems aren't corrected, Web page owner and publisher will be notified
that access to the Web pages will be blocked within the next five days, and
access to the Web server denied.
- To regain access to the Web server, Web page owner and/or publisher must
proof that they have read and understand the Web
Accessibility Guidelines and that the proposed new pages for their Web site
adhere to the guidelines.