[Athen] Google Forms Accessibility

Frederick, Kathryn A. frederick.273 at osu.edu
Thu Jan 4 06:22:45 PST 2018

I too have successfully used Google Forms for work and volunteer projects. I personally prefer using the platform on my Mac with Safari and VoiceOver, but know things can be accomplished on the Windows side with a screen reader too. If you’d like specific help, feel free to contact me off-list, (Frederick.273 at osu.edu<mailto:Frederick.273 at osu.edu>). I hope this helps and best of luck.

Katie Frederick, Digital Accessibility Specialist, The Ohio State University

From: athen-list [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman13.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Robert Spangler
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Yeah, it's crazy; I can now finally start using Chrome as my main browser since a few major issues seem to have gotten fixed. I expect things to break at any time, though. (I am a screen reader user). In regards to Forms, I am able to create forms, add controls, manage the data, etc. It definitely takes some exploration and familiarization with where all of the controls are, but I've used it for work-related tasks many times over the past few years.

On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 6:27 PM, Shawn Foster <fosters at sou.edu<mailto:fosters at sou.edu>> wrote:
Since Google is always a moving target for accessibility... What's the current state of accessibility of Google Forms? Google results are...mixed.
Thanks, all,

Shawn Foster

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