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10 Tips for Creating Accessible Course Content

by Emily Griffin in Events

Professors and instructional designers need to make sure all their students enjoy equal access to course materials, including students with disabilities. To help educators tackle that challenge, web accessibility expert Janet Sylvia presented a webinar on 10 tips to creating accessible course…

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Updated January 4, 2018

14 Questions for an Ed Tech Web Accessibility Expert

by Emily Griffin in Events

Web accessibility expert Janet Sylvia returned for another 3Play Media webinar this year titled 10 Tips for Creating Accessible Online Course Content. After her presentation, Janet answered questions from the audience. Watch the video recording below or read on for a condensed…

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Updated January 4, 2018
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Tips for Making Online Documents Accessible: Word, PowerPoint, Excel & PDF

by Emily Griffin in Video Accessibility

Web accessibility means committing to making your website accessible to all users, regardless of their physical or sensory ability. But inclusive design extends beyond your website. To be truly accessible, any documents provided as links to download must also be accessible. This…

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Updated January 4, 2018
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Tips for Making Web Video & Audio Accessible

by Emily Griffin in Video Accessibility

How do you tackle making your web content accessible to everyone? What about media-rich content, like videos and audio recordings? Free Download: 8 Benefits of Transcribing & Captioning Online Video Janet Sylvia, leader of the University of Georgia’s Web Accessibility Group, helps…

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Updated January 4, 2018