- Are there any captioning services or assistive listening devices needed for any attendees?
- If the use of a sign language interpreter requested, are there appropriate seating choices as well as lighting?
- If you are using any audio-visual equipment, have you checked the functionality prior to the event?
- Have you created a plan for an alternative in case the designated equipment doesn’t work?
- Have you confirmed any arranged services that would be utilized during the event to ensure that requests have been met?
- If videos are being presented, are all videos/films captioned with either closed or open captions?
- If there will be visual materials such as PowerPoints, paper handouts presented/distributed, are these being distributed prior to the event?
- Have these additional materials been created in alternative accessible formats (such as Braille, large print, audio files, Word documents)?
- Are these alternatives available upon request or located on the event’s website?
- If you are distributing a PDF, has it been made accessible prior to the event/distribution?
Adapted from University of Connecticut, Center for Students with Disabilities, Accessibility Checklist for University Events, 2014