Improving the Accessibility of Social Media for Public Service
This toolkit is intended to help agencies evaluate the accessibility of their social media programs for persons with disabilities, identify areas that need improving, and share their own ideas and recommendations for helping to ensure our modernization programs are easily accessed by all who need them. Includes guidelines for popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.
Social Media Accessibility
This is a guideline for achieving social media accessibility which includes known issues in popular social media platforms as well as ways to solve them or reduce them to some extent.
Source: Social Media Accessibility
PDF: PDF guide
Social Media User’s Guide – Ensuring accessibility
This is a guide provided by the University of Rochester on tools that can be used to reduce accessibility issues in social media. These tools include screen readers, closed captioning, voice commands, site maps, etc.