The best way to get started with APIs is to explore the documentation and website. Browse the links below and if you don't find what you're looking for or still have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.


The Accessibility office at OSU has many great resources regarding IT accessibility ranging from web, multimedia and documents.

The footer of the website contains a wealth of information regarding tools to test your accessibility or help you learn more about accessibility.


There are many tools online that are helpful to developers. These are some of the ones we recommend:

  • Lucidchart provides free educational licenses to create diagrams online (training resources). You can collaborate, import and export charts / diagrams in a variety of formats.
  • Github provides git repositories for revision control.