[Athen] Text Accessibility Trainings for Faculty?

Jamie Bird jamie.bird at slcc.edu
Mon Jun 14 14:18:04 PDT 2021

Microsoft has some very well made videos that concisely demonstrate how to create accessible Microsoft 365 documents. Most of them are under 4 minutes long, and we have found them to be a helpful bite-size resource to share with faculty, staff and students.

* Accessibility Training Main Page<https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/accessibility-video-training-71572a1d-5656-4e01-8fce-53e35c3caaf4>
* Microsoft Word Document Training<https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/9d660cba-1fcd-45ad-a9d1-c4f4b5eb5b7d?wt.mc_id=otc_accessibility_video_training> (7 videos)
* Microsoft PowerPoint Training<https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/794fc5da-f686-464d-8c29-1c6ab8515465?wt.mc_id=otc_accessibility_video_training> (5 videos)
* Microsoft Excel Workbook Training<https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/918db751-1585-41c5-9ddf-5d7a0915afaf?wt.mc_id=otc_accessibility_video_training> (3 videos)
* Microsoft outlook Training<https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/ebf3730a-18f8-4b57-81d1-730086231775?wt.mc_id=otc_accessibility_video_training> (3 videos)

Jamie Bird
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Assistive Technology Coordinator
Salt Lake Community College
Disability Resource Center
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Hey all,

I was wondering if any of you might have powerpoints or trainings you provide to instructors about text accessibility you'd be willing to share. I learned mostly by reading online resources and everything just seemed to make sense, and I'm finding with my ADHD I'm skipping over things that are obvious to me and leaving my audience confused. Figured I'd see how all of you are explaining accessible documents to instructors since examples tend to help when my brain gets stuck like this.

Thanks for the help with this wall of awful<https://urldefense.com/v3/__https:/youtu.be/Uo08uS904Rg__;!!NfSqYQ!WLBntp_gUXHpTp-sE950AKA2QuvwX87arHeXpBaG2kPfPq-5NIdmGx36GDE206b7wg$>!

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Center for Disability Access and Resources
Division of Student Affairs
The University of Idaho
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