What do these Accessibility Score Icons mean?

Contact the Accessible Media Coordinator

Robert Starr
Accessible Media Coordinator

Assistive Technology Initiative
MS: 6A11
Voice: 703-993-5644
Fax: 703-993-4743
rstarr@gmu.edu

Contact the IT Accessibility Coordinator

Kristine Neuber
IT Accessibility Coordinator

Assistive Technology Initiative
MS: 6A11
Voice: 703-993-9815
Fax: 703-993-4743
kneuber@gmu.edu

Have Assistive Technology Questions? Contact Us!

Korey Singleton
Deputy ADA Coordinator for Accessibility and ATI Manager

Assistive Technology Initiative
MS: 6A11
Voice: 703-993-4329
Fax: 703-993-4743
ksinglet@gmu.edu

Have questions? Contact the ATI:

Assistive Technology Initiative
MS: 6A11
Voice: 703-993-4329
Fax: 703-993-4743
ati@gmu.edu

The RED, ORANGE, or GREEN Accessibility score icons indicate how accessible your file is and the likelihood that it could pose a potential access issue for a student with a disability.

Icon Color Level of Accessibility Severity Level Meaning
green accessibility score icon 100% Perfect! Great job! Perfect!
off green accessibility score icon 67% – 99% Minor Issues This file is mostly accessible, but still has minor issues
orange accessibility score icon 34% – 66% Major Issues The file is inaccessible! It has issues that would likely cause issues for some students who use assistive technology.
red accessibility score icon 0% – 33% Severe Issues The file is inaccessible! It will be very difficult for students who use assistive technologies to access the content in this file.

 

NOTE: RED and ORANGE icons mean that students with disabilities, especially those who use assistive technologies (e.g., blind/low vision, keyboard only users) and/or those with learning/cognitive challenges (e.g., dyslexia), will find it difficult to access the content in those images and documents.

For more information, see Ally Accessibility Score Indicators (PDF).