On April 20, 2004, Gov. Brad Henry signed an HB 2197, now known as the Oklahoma Electronic Information Technology Accessibility (EITA) Act. The law resulted in the creation of standards designed to make information technology, including website content and tools, accessible for persons with disabilities. Standards, developed by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES), are based on Federal Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act accessibility standards, but do not reflect all parts of Section 508.
Reporting an Accessibility Problem
The Oklahoma Department of Libraries (ODL) is working to meet compliance with Oklahoma’s EITA standards and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you would like to report an accessibility problem with this website, please email the ODL accessibility compliance representative. Be sure to include the web address (URL) of the page or file and any other relevant details about the problem or request.
ODL is committed to providing resources that are accessible to people of all abilities. If you find that any of our information products are not accessible to you, please contact us by email or by phone at 405-522-3384 and we will do our best to accommodate. When you contact us, please refer to the specific information found to be inaccessible. This will help us address the issue more quickly.
Links to Related Items
- Other Oklahoma EITA resources and information (Link opens in new window)
- Information Technology Accessibility Standards: Word (21 pp, 108 KB – Revised: June 2012) | PDF (21 pp, 110 KB – Revised: June 2012)
- OMES rule: HTML (Link opens in new window)
- Central Purchasing rule: HTML (Link opens in a new window)
- Central Purchasing – VPATs and Accessibility
- EITA Access Clause (pdf, 1 pp, 23.24 KB)
- HB 2197 (pdf, 8 pp, 852 KB)
- Section 508 (Link opens in new window)