Accessibility Ambassadors: Creating Accessible Tables on the Web

One of the most talked-about aspects of digital accessibility is tables. Are they accessible? Should they be used? How do you do them right? Tables have been part of websites since the early days of the web, yet there is still a lot of confusion about when and how to use them.

This month the Ambassadors welcome back Kim Doberstein, formerly of OIT and now principal front end developer at Red Hat.

In this session, Kim will discuss how to implement tables for increased accessibility and usability. The session will have something for content providers, user interface designers, and developers.

Recording: Accessibility Ambassadors: Creating accessible tables on the web

About Accessibility Ambassadors

Accessibility Ambassadors are a group of University employees from across all campuses who are passionate about making U of M digital resources more accessible online. They bring different skills, strengths, and backgrounds, but all want to create an inclusive and accessible community at the U of M.

They host events to teach, advocate, and discuss digital accessibility topics and strive to be resources for the University community.

To learn about more accessibility-related events at the University of Minnesota, please visit Accessible U.

For more information about the Ambassadors, join the Google Group or send an email to:

Topics: Web