These are official pages of the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University.
Official pages are those web pages that have been created by the school for school business. This website may also contain references to and/or hyperlinks to web pages and publications maintained by faculty, staff, students and student organizations, non-university organizations, and so forth. The school does not monitor and bears no responsibility for the content of these pages. These pages and their content, including but not limited to factual statements and opinions, are the sole responsibility of their creators. They do not represent, implicitly or explicitly, the positions, policies, or opinions of the Carey Business School.
The Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University is committed to making every possible effort to ensure that all electronic and information technology developed and maintained by the school is accessible to people with disabilities. We will continue to make accessibility a priority in the development of all websites affiliated with the school.
Carey faculty, staff, and students can use the following JHU-approved resources to support their efforts in making their work as accessible as possible:
- A checklist for making accessible Microsoft Office and PDF documents from JHU
- Best practices for making Word documents accessible.
- A training on making accessible PDFs from LinkedIn Learning
- A simplified guide to the WCAG 2.0 standard for content creators and developers
- A training course from LinkedIn Learning on how to make WordPress sites accessible
- A training course from Udacity for developers on how to create accessible websites
As Johns Hopkins University works to foster diversity and build a campus culture of inclusion, it is committed to ensuring people with disabilities enjoy full participation in the university’s programs, services, and activities. Students who may need an accommodation should contact the Carey Business School's Student Disability Services at 410-234-9243 or email@example.com. Faculty/Staff should contact the Office of Institutional Equity at 410-516-8075 or OIEdisability@jhu.edu to request a workplace accommodation. In all cases, accommodation requests should be made as soon as possible so that they can be coordinated and implemented in the timeframe needed. For more information about accessibility at JHU, please visit accessibility.jhu.edu.
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