Accessible Digital Materials

If you want your messages (via website, emails, presentations, etc.) to reach everyone, a proactive approach to content creating is critical. Nearly 20% of the U.S. population has some form of disability that can affect vision, hearing, dexterity, mobility, and more.

Learn how to improve the accessibility of documents and presentations that you create. Accessible design eliminates barriers that prevent learners and consumers from receiving information.

Quick Wins

Quick Wins are individual modules, each focused on one high leverage practice from an Alt+Shift professional learning opportunity.  Quick wins include a combination of video, text, downloadable resources, and practice opportunities.  They are designed for quick consumption, immediate implementation, and high impact.

Alternative Text for Digitally Accessible Materials

Add descriptions to graphics to make them accessible to those who can’t see them.
Approximate Time to Complete: 18 minutes
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Self-directed Learning Courses

Self-directed Learning Courses are a series of modules around one main topic that allow users to learn and try out new practices at their own pace.  The modules include a combination of video, text, and practice opportunities. 

Accessible Materials Made Right (AMMR)

If you want your websites, emails, presentations, and other messages to reach everyone, you must proactively develop content in a way that is accessible to all. Nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population has some form of disability that can affect vision, hearing, dexterity, mobility, and more. AMMR is available through a series of online modules (EduPaths). It was designed to help creators of digital content (e.g., administrators, school faculty, support staff, and technology specialists) improve the accessibility of documents and presentations. Accessible design eliminates barriers that prevent learners and other consumers from receiving information.

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