There is a lot to making websites more accessible to people with disabilities. But if you create web page content, whether on the web or in a tools like those in Microsoft Office, then you are probably not directly responsible for things like your organization's color scheme or how your website's top navigation works fundamentally. That doesn't mean that you aren't responsible for accessibility, though. This session will focus on the things that you as a content creator directly control, and some things that you may want to bring up for your webmaster or web designer. We will show some of the tools to use in a web content management system and discuss the most common web accessibility barriers that we find in content. Most importantly, we'll show you how to avoid putting those barriers into your own content.