Developer Training

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Developer Lunch-and-Learns

Yale ITS believes that learning accessibility and front-end best practices should be an ongoing, permanent process of training and skills development. To support developers’ continuing education, the Digital Accessibility Team is hosting monthly brown-bags where developers can bring their lunches and learn something about accessibility that they can begin implementing right away.

In general, trainings will occur at 25 Science Park Room 125 from 12:00-1:15pm. But, we’ll be happy to look for other locations around campus. 

Trainings from 2020 include:

  • January 14: Using Bootstrap to Create Accessible Frontends. Room 321 at 25 Science Park from 12:00-1:15pm.
  • March 3: TBD. Room 321 at 25 Science Park from 12:00-1:15pm.
  • April 7: TBD. Room 321 at 25 Science Park from 12:00-1:15pm.

Sign up for the developers Lunch-and-Learn training on Yale TMS (link is external).

Trainings from 2019 include:

Trainings from 2018 include:

Demo Files for the brown bags are available on, requires CAS

Online Training and Resources

We recommend the following training resources for developers:

Free and paid trainings are also available. The following are a sample of reputable online trainings: