Where to Get Help
UM has made strides in improving digital accessibility at the University of Montana - thanks to many of you. And we need to continue to create accessible electronic resources and content.
Several departments provide training and support options. If there is something you want but don't see, please send email to EITA@umontana.edu or dial 243-EITA.
EITA procedures, training, and support questionsJanet Sedgley
Moodle-related departmental training
UMOnline Accessibility Specialist
Direct support services
Accessible Technology Services provides support and training on accessible technology (open new tab), evaluation and testing services for desktop software, web applications, websites, documents, and media, transcription and captioning services (link opens new tab) and consulting on electronic and information technology questions. Use web forms or call 243-5452 or 243-HELP (4357).
UMOnline provides support to faculty and staff who develop content in Moodle and reviews online courses and documents for accessibility. Contact UMOnline's Accessibility Specialist, Marlene Zentz, at 243-6434.
Mansfield Library offers instructional support for faculty and can help locate captioned versions of videos.
IT Shortcourse Accessibility trainings are offered regularly.
Montana Accessibility Interest Group holds monthly workshops discussing accessibility topics.
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