"Accessibility for All" supports Montana State University instructors and other academic employees making educational content accessible for students with disabilities. The program offers free online tutorials, workshops, and one-on-one support to help instructors make materials that meet WCAG 2.0 AA, the standard for accessibility at MSU.
Lisa Brown, MS, PhD, is MSU's Academic Accessibility Specialist. She is passionate about removing barriers to education for people with disabilities and sensitive to the needs of faculty in the evolving academic technology landscape. Brown taught in the public schools working with students with a variety of disabilities and has worked with faculty and technology for the past 16 years at MSU. Brown has a PhD in Adult and Higher Education and a MS in Computer Science from Montana State University, and a MS in Botany from the University of Wyoming.
Brown is a certified Adobe Accessibility Expert and teaches Introduction to Computers at Gallatin College in Bozeman.
Please contact her with your questions about academic accessibility at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-994-3062.