Accessibility Mapping Project (AMP)

The Accessibility Mapping Project (AMP) is a digital interface for mapping physical and social barriers on college campuses.

Based on the notion that “accessibility” is a multivalent and intersectional quality that cannot be reduced to a single set of guidelines, the AMP invites users to record their embodied experiences of campus spaces by submitting text, images, and audio to a crowdsourced mapping platform.

For additional information about the AMP, see its official website.