Document Accessibility Services
The following vendors are provided as reference information because they have been
used by California Community Colleges in the past. For assistance requesting a quote,
please contact Nicolás Crisosto, extension 4823.
- Visit CCC Document Accessibility Services
- Complete the online request form
- Upload the file
- You will be provided a quote
- Once you authorize the quote, AccessibilityOz will remediate and return the documents.
Time Estimates for AccessibilityOz
- 1 to 20 pages - 72 Hours
- 21 to 50 pages - 96 Hours
- 50 to 100 pages - 120 Hours
- 100+ pages - Contact vendor
Pricing for AccessibilityOz
Please visit CCC Document Accessibility Services for pricing information.
- Email the file that you wish to have remediated to Remediation at CommonLook and copy Megan Carey
- CommonLook will provide a fixed, firm price for full WCAG 2.0 AA or Section 508 compliance
- Upon acceptance of the quote, CommonLook will remediate and return the compliant PDF
- Each document is accompanied by a compliance report.
Time Estimates for CommonLook
- Turnaround times may vary
- There is usually a 2-day minimum
- Same day or next day options may be available
Pricing for CommonLook
Please contact Nicolás Crisosto, extension 4823, for assistance.
Working with Vendors
- Please remember, anytime an outside vendor remediates a document for you, when you
receive the finished document:
- Verify that all information is accurate
- Verify no changes were made to content that you did not authorize
- Verify any form fields work as expected
- Verify the document passes the Adobe Acrobat Accessibility Check
Request a document compliance report and accessibility conformance certificate, if
available from the vendor.
What to Request
You can include the following list with any request for an accessible PDF document:
- Fix scanned documents (convert the image of text into searchable text with the correct
reading order and structure)
- Review and correct the logical structure of the file, verify the tab order
- Check and correct tables, including proper tagging of complex tables
- Review alternative text, request that you provide alternative text if necessary
- Correctly mark headings, lists, references, footnotes, endnotes and Tables of Contents
- Review form elements, correct accessibility issues with radio buttons
- Create accessible fillable forms per your request
- Correctly tag callouts, other annotations, and links
- Test each document with at least one type of assistive technology that makes use of
tags, such as screen reading software
- Ensure the document passes Adobe’s Acrobat Accessibility Checker
- Provide a Section 508 or WCAG 2.0 AA conformance report or certificate.