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Accessibility Standards Compliance

At Turnitin, we aim to conform to WCAG 2.1 AA standards of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. But, we believe that accessibility standards are more than checklists, and are working to make our learning technologies easy to use and accessible by everyone regardless of disability or circumstance.

Current Compliance

Turnitin has partnered with Level Access, experts in user accessibility and compliance, to produce a set of Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPATs), which can be viewed by clicking the links below.

Accessibility Roadmap

Turnitin has engaged third party accessibility consultants to help develop a new, more accessible version of Turnitin. The new platform has been designed with accessibility in mind. The first step towards this goal started with the release of Turnitin Feedback Studio in July 2016 which introduces an accessible color palette and greater support for keyboard-only and screen reader users. For our LTI integration users, we’ve released a new LTI tool for managing assignments that is fully accessible for both students and instructors.

Our accessibility roadmap will be focused on addressing outstanding accessibility gaps in key student workflows including:

  1. Ability for students to consume on-paper marks left by an instructor in context using a keyboard or screen reader
  2. Ability for students with hearing impairments to consume voice comments left by an instructor