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This area of the Tools site provides practical teaching tips to help faculty create course materials, whether for a traditional classroom or online environment. If your course material will be used online, such as a website or SacCT, the material must be accessible to all students, including students with disabilities. Thus, you will find assistance, tips and guidance to ensure your material is accessible.
Note: Documents linked from this website require the use of Acrobat Reader®, unless otherwise identified. Get Acrobat Reader.
Refer to the Acccessibility Tips for Word and PDF Documents to create accessible documents. On the Documents page also download workshop handouts and other resources for more detailed info on structuring your documents.
Make PowerPoint presentations with accessibility in mind. Visit the Presentations page and Use the Accessibility Tips for PowerPoint presentations and workshop handouts to help you start creating presentations you can use in your courses.
Create an Accessible Syllabus for your courses using one of the ready to use Accessible Templates.
Design websites with accessibility in mind. Use our Tips for Accessible webpages and download any of our workshop handouts from the Web Pages page to get you started creating your website
Last updated: October 28, 2013
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