Experience Champaign-Urbana, in collaboration with Community Choices and the College of Education @ Illinois, has launched Accessible CU, a directory assessing the accessibility of hotels, shops, restaurants, and attractions in Champaign-Urbana and the surrounding area, outlining the physical, sensory, cognitive, and accommodation-ready characteristics of local businesses. Learn more about the process behind building this directory by visiting the Accessible CU webpage and

Technology Services is working on updating the Campus Mailing List Service to Sympa v6.2.64. There are many UI changes in the 6.2.x version and they are interested in getting feedback on the accessibility of the system.
Two important assets in web accessibility are tools that aid in preventing mistakes that lead to inaccessible content and tools that aid in finding accessibility flaws. The DRES Accessible IT Group page list many tools that will be helpful in creating accessible content and remediating accessibility issues.