CC Digital Press is committed to publishing multimodal digital projects and ebooks that have the same intellectual heft as a book. Additionally, the Press is committed to maintaining ebooks and projects that are broadly accessible for users of diverse technologies (e.g., screen readers, mobile devices) as well as for users who have a wide range of abilities and preferences for accessing communicative modalities (visual, aural, alphabetic). On this page, we provide links to a wide variety of resources for creating accessible digital content.

CCDP Resources

Brand Resources

Open-Access Publishers

WAC Clearinghouse


Rice University Press

Digital Publishing

MLA - The Evaluation of Digital Work

Brown, Laura; Griffiths, Rebecca; & Rascoff, Matthew. (2007). University Publishing in a Digital Age. Ithaka Report.

Wheeler, Joanna. (2007). Creating Spaces for Social Engagement: Understanding Research and Social Change. Development Research Centre: Citizenship, Participation, and Accountability. [PDF]

The Institute for the Future of the Book


Guidelines for Video Research in Education. (2007). Sharon J. Derry, Ed. Data Research and Development Center. University of Chicago.


Stein, Robert, & Visel, Daniel. (2007). Sophie and the Future of Reading and Writing. Forum for the Future of Higher Education. Cambridge, MA. [PDF]


CCDP Accessibility Policy

Guidelines for Creating Web Content Accessible to All

W3C Markup Validation

MOV Captioner

Facts and Opinions About PDF Accessibility, by Joe Clark

Low-Threshold Applications


GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP)


Blogging/Content Management

Wordpress: Introduction to Blogging





Media Assets

Creative Commons

The Free Sound Project

Prelinger Archives