Academic Navigator - Accessibility and Usability Information

This document summarizes the accessibility and usability barriers identified during testing as well as how to get help.

The Academic Navigator is a dashboard for students to review their program and advisor information. 

Get help

Contact the Registrar’s Office for assistance with Academic Navigator.

Additional resources

Student accessibility and usability barriers

The following information is provided to help people with disabilities know what potential barriers may pose difficulty in using this digital resource.

Screen reader barriers may be difficult for people with visual disabilities

Some screen reader barriers exist including nested functions that are difficult to reach via screen reader, as well as labels that are not descriptive enough to locate content.

Keyboard navigation barriers may be difficult for people with motor disabilities

Some nested items disrupt or fall outside of the logical tab order, making them difficult to navigate to.

Color contrast accessibility barriers may be difficult for people with visual disabilities

Some items have low color contrast making it difficult to read or view for people with low vision or color blindness.




Keywords:Advisors, students, academic, academic navigator, courses   Doc ID:115020
Owner:Leah B.Group:Campus IT Accessibility & Usability
Created:2021-11-30 08:11 CSTUpdated:2022-09-09 15:01 CST
Sites:Campus IT Accessibility & Usability, DoIT Help Desk, Office of the Registrar
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