New accessibility regulations
New accessibility regulations are in force for public sector websites and apps.
What do the regulations mean?
New regulations already in force mean that public sector websites and mobile apps need to be accessible. This includes information, applications, services and content.
Lancaster University has to meet the requirements of these regulations. We all have a responsibility to make sure the University meets them, and we may be breaking the law if our websites or apps don’t.
Find out more, including what you need to do and when you need to do it.Learn more about the new regulations
What do you manage or create?
Creating accessible resources course
For a better understanding about the production of accessible documents and resources, do our short Creating Accessible Resources online course. The course should take around 30 minutes to one hour to complete.
If you don't want to do the online course, there’s information about face-to-face training options in the 'Help and Support' section below.Go to the accessible resources course
Help and support
Other University systems and applications
Read what the University is doing about its other systems (including third party systems and applications that are in use), and what you need to do if you're thinking of purchasing a third party system or application.Learn more about other systems