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Web Accessibility Notice

The University of South Florida, Office of Innovative Education (InEd) is committed to ensuring all digital platforms developed and maintained by our office are usable by meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA), the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and other applicable federal and state regulations. We strive to make our digital platforms accessible to everyone. We continue to monitor our digital platforms and ensure that all content provided can be viewed and used by all visitors.


It is important to note that efforts to improve all digital platforms maintained by InEd are ongoing as we work to implement the relevant improvements to meet WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines over time. Additionally, as accessibility needs change over time, our office will continue to implement improvements in order to meet these constantly evolving requirements.

Our Commitment to Help

We are dedicated to meeting all of your accessibility needs. Should you have specific questions or concerns about the accessibility of any platforms developed or maintained by InEd or need assistance using the processes found within this site, please contact us by sending an email to ined-marketing@usf.edu. Please provide the URL (web address) of the material you attempted to access, the problem you experienced, and your contact information. We will be happy to assist in making your visits to our site as convenient as possible.

Additionally, if you have any suggestions or additional feedback that would help us improve the user experience, please direct them to ined-marketing@usf.edu.

Third-Party Applications

While you are visiting our digital platforms, you will notice that we may occasionally use third-party vendors and open-source materials such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks to provide information. We may also leverage third-party analytics software, such as Google Analytics or HubSpot, to collect anonymous information about your experience using our platforms. InEd does not control or remedy the way content is portrayed by these vendors/platforms. However, InEd is continually working with vendors to increase accessibility and to identify and provide alternative sources, if available.

Additional Help

For more information regarding USF’s commitment to creating and maintaining inclusive and accessible content, please visit the Student Accessibility Services website, USF Compliance & Ethics Disability website, or refer to the USF-Minimum Electronic and Web Accessibility Standards (MEWAS) standards.

If you have any type of disability, we recommend that you visit the FCC Accessibility Clearinghouse. You'll find expert advice such as alternative screen readers, screen magnifiers and other devices that can make using a computer easier and more enjoyable. We also recommend that you visit AbilityNet's My Computer My Way, which provides advice on making your computer accessible.