How to make documents, presentations and online materials accessible.
What are alternative formats and why you should include an alternative format tagline on all documents.
These are two of the most commonly requested alternative formats.
A detailed guide for creating documents using the Duxbury Braille Translator.
Requests for documentation on audio CD are rare, but they can be time consuming. This page gives advice on how best to meet such requests.
There are many advantages to creating accessible PowerPoint presentations.
Creating accessible websites, wikis, blogs etc can be a complex issue and this guidance aims to provide a brief overview of where to start.
Provides general guidance on things to consider when creating courses in a VLE to make sure they are as accessible as possible for disabled users.
The most important points to consider when producing content for computer information screens.
Provides practical advice on making course handbooks as accessible as possible for disabled users.
Aims to provide lecturers/tutors with some quick, practical advice and tips to help make lectures and tutorials as accessible as possible for disabled students.
This article was published on Apr 2, 2013