When creating or using digital materials in your course, you will want to ensure that those digital materials are accessible to the broadest range of learners. There are small steps that you can take in creating digital materials that may have a large impact for your learners. This list of resources provides a starting point for exploration.
Not sure where or how to start? We invite you to schedule a DLINQ consultation if you’d like more information or support for implementing any of these resources.
- Tips for making your document or presentation more accessible
- Live captioning feature in Google Slides auto-generates captions that can be read by a screen reader
- Office Accessibility Center
- Run the built-in Accessibility Checker for feedback on the accessibility of your document, presentation, or spreadsheet
- PowerPoint live captioning feature
- How to make your content accessible to everyone?
- How to create accessible PDFs from Office Applications?
- How to make your templates more accessible?
- Microsoft Accessibility Training (Videos)
- WebAim Color Contrast Checker
- WAVE – Accessibility checker for web pages outside of Canvas
- Designing a website for POUR (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, Robust)
- Visual design checklist