SF State - Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI)

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About SF State ATI

The Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) touches all aspects of university life, from the classroom to the workplace and from cocurricular activities to public events. Students, faculty, staff, and administrators from across campus have been developing, and continue to develop and implement best practices that ensure information technology and resources are accessible to all at SF State.

The ATI is supported by CSU policy, including EO 926, Academic Senate resolutions, and coded memoranda. The implementation of the ATI at SF State is the right thing to do in order to facilitate full and equal access to information and communication technologies. It promotes the use of technology, enhancing the effectiveness of all students, faculty and staff, and encourages a campus culture that embraces disability access as a matter of social justice and equity. In addition, both federal and state laws mandate that CSU websites, instructional materials, and other IT resources be accessible.

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