This subsection provides resources developed by the California Community Colleges, Chancellor’s Office, other colleges, universities organizations and agencies. It includes FAQ, articles and presentations.
Mt. San Antonio College policy for procurement of accessible material per AP6365. All software vendors must complete this checklist prior to the product being purchased.
This page provides documents relative to California Building Code Accessibility Requirements.
This site provides guidelines for ADA accessibility regarding buildings and sites. Although it does not have a checklist, it has a detailed overview of each part of the standard, and includes animations that clearly present what a person with a particular disability must be able to accomplish within the required space, e.g., wheelchair maneuvering and maneuvering at doors. All of the videos are available in captioned and non-captioned format.
This full checklist includes the introduction and the four priorities (approach and entrance, access to goods and services, toilet rooms and additional access). The separate checklist sections for each of the four priorities are included. This website and checklist were produced by the New England ADA Center, a project of the Institute for Human Centered Design and a member of the ADA National Network.
CAPED 2010 Pre-conference workshop on ADA/504. Document is indexed in a table of contents, with headings, making it easily accessible to locate the specific topics of interest. There is also a fully accessible Word Version of the document.
Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act – Key elements of academic accommodations. Acc. 03.08.17
Title II -State and Local Governments: this document explains undue financial and administrative burdens and differentiates it from Title III undue burden. Reviewed and updated for accessibility, 03.14.19
Presentation by Paul Grossman, Esq., reviewed 03.18.17, accessible.