The following resources are recommended in addition to those mentioned above.
Created by the Judicial Council of Georgia, this handbook provides extensive information on providing accessible courtrooms and court programs.
This checklist is a helpful guide for state and local governments to use when assessing the accessibility of an agency’s website. Although this book is directed at government agencies, there is ample helpful information in here that courts can turn to for guidance as well.
Created for the California Courts, court ADR programs may find the last seven pages on Interacting and Communicating particularly helpful.
Published by the National Center for State Courts, this resource explains implicit bias and summarizes research in the psychological and brain sciences.
Google’s Lighthouse is a web development tool that court ADR programs can use to audit and review the accessibility of their website.
This article provides resources and tools that can aid courts and neutrals with providing and maintaining accessible online dispute resolution and technology-based platforms.
Compiled by the American Bar Association, this digital guide provides various state court accessibility resources from across the United States.
This guidebook provides information and explains how to make web content more accessible to individuals with disabilities.
This resource provides extensive information on online barriers to accessibility for individuals with disabilities and shares information on how to make websites accessible.