These tutorials are designed to show you how to make each of the respective technologies accessible to people with disabilities. When designing for accessibility it is best to design to a specific standard rather than design to a specific disability. When you design to a specific disability, you will often exclude others. Most importantly, it is much easier to make an electronic resource accessible when accessibility and good design practices are considered from the beginning, not as a last step or an afterthought.
Faculty who need assistance in determining if their electronic course content is accessible should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a synopsis of how to create accessible content, read our IT Accessibility Quick Guide.
- Adobe Acrobat (PDF)
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Excel
- Narrated Presentations
- Designing and Testing for Web Accessibility
- Hiding Content Offscreen for Screen Reader Users
- ARIA Landmarks
View one of our brief training videos. These topics include all aspects of IT Accessibility.