Residing in Stewart Hall within the Systems Development & Innovation Department, the D.A. team works to improve the accessibility of Kent State University's digital footprint, primarily focusing on the kent.edu domain, learning management systems, and purchasing review process.
In 2022, the Accessibility Committee at Kent State celebrates its 11th year of advocating for accessibility and inclusion for all students and staff. Learn more about the committee's history, the work that's being done, and how you can get involved.
What is KSU Technology?
I have a P-Card! Now what? Use the flowcharts provided on this page to determine if your product (or its components) need to be reviewed and/or managed by the Division of Information Technology and the Digital Accessibility team.
Learn the Laws
Review updated U.S. laws and policies as they apply to digital accessibility. Kent State's own university policy regarding electronic and information technology (EIT) accessibility can be found at the link below.