Digital Accessibility Coordinators are required to report their unit’s policy implementation progress at regular intervals.
Each unit will develop a Three-Year Plan that describes how the unit will meet Ohio State's digital accessibility goals by 12/31/23. Each unit's Three-Year Plan will be submitted to the ADA Coordinator's Office by 12/31/20 for review and approval and will include sections on Training, Assistance Requests & Complaints, Implement/Upgrade, and Legacy Assessments.
- The Three-Year Plan template and a sample Three-Year Plan are available in the Resource Toolkit to help guide Coordinators' planning efforts.
Each unit will submit a scorecard once per year that highlights their progress on faculty/staff Training, Implement/Upgrade implementation, and Legacy Assessment progress.
- The Digital Accessibility Scorecard is available in the Resource Toolkit for your review.
- Guidelines for Completing the Scorecard -- helpful tips for Coordinators
Scorecards are due the third Friday of every January. Each February, DAS will compile Scorecard data and generate a heat map for the entire university. This heat map will help us to easily identify areas where the university is successfully implementing the Digital Accessibility Policy, and areas where additional focus is needed.
In addition to annual reporting, the ADA Coordinator’s Office will also be conducting regular audits and ad hoc audits to assess the state of policy implementation progress across the university. All campuses, colleges, and units must maintain accurate records and keep documentation to back up information in their scorecards and annual reports in case auditors need to review it.