Self-Training

Educators, like myself, work with a variety of instructional materials in order to keep our courses informative and multi-dimensional. You may have a variety of instructional materials to review for ADA compliance. Start your self-training by checking out the guides below!

POWERPOINTS

The professor’s go-to presentation platform.

MICROSOFT WORD

Whether for written lectures or homework assignments, make sure you’re following the guidelines.

YOUTUBE

How to vet YouTube videos for accessibility.

IMAGES

Promote “visibility” to the vision impaired.

INFOGRAPHICS

Informative and creative, but are they accessible?

COURSE SHELLS

Best practices to support your students in their online classroom.

Closed Captioning

The ins and outs of closed captioning.

(Coming Soon!)

LINKS

Let’s talk about hyperlinking and avoiding ugly long website links.

PDFs

Your go-to file type, so make sure they can access it!

(Coming Soon!)

Lectures with long-term use

Tips for making your accessible lectures reusable.

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