Determine Impact

Below are general guidelines for impact determination. These guidelines are not all inclusive and are subject to change:

Impact Level Description
High
  • Product will be used campus-wide
  • Product will be used by a large campus audience in a college, division or department or by members of the public
  • Product is a strict requirement of academic and administrative procedures
  • Usage of product will directly impact a specific program and /or service on campus
  • High exposure to product on campus
  • Strong likelihood product will impact people with disabilities
  • High risk of accessibility barriers
Medium
  • Product will be used by a moderately-sized campus audience in a college, division or department or by members of the public
  • Usage of product will directly impact a program and/or services within a moderately-sized division, college or department
  • Exposure to product will be moderate 
  • There is a likelihood that this product could impact people with disabilities
  • The product has potential accessibility barriers
Low
  • Product will be used by a small campus audience and or public
  • Usage of product will impact only optional programs and/or services within a division, college or department on campus
  • Users will have limited exposure to product
  • Low likelihood of impact for persons with disabilities 

Once the impact of a proposed purchase has been determined, the Accessibility Reviewer will use this information to determine the specific activities that need to be completed during the review.

The Accessibility Review may involve one or more of the following activities: