Creating Accessible Digital Documents will help participants to become more intentional about creating (and modifying) Word documents so that they are easily read by those with vision impairments (including use of assistive technology). While the class focuses on the use of MS Word, the concepts can be carried over into other MS Office products like Excel, PPT, and Outlook. Class material provides the step-by-step “how-to” approach for all Office products. You will learn how to check your documents using screen-reading technology. Detailed information can be found on the Creating Accessible Digital Documents course information sheet.
· September 16, 8:00am – 12:00 noon (virtual, limit 20)
You can register online for the above class.
The goal is to have everyone participate, county and state. Watch these videos to learn more about *why* this work is so important.
- ISU Grad student, Lauren Berglund who is legally blind, shares about the importance of this work from her perspective. (5 minutes)
- Former ISU Extension and Outreach Diversity and Inclusion Advisor, Ross Wilburn, addresses context of *why* or organization encourages this type of work. (4 minutes)
About one week prior to the workshop, participants will recieve a reminder email message which will include class pre-work (watching the 2 aforementioned videos, downloading nd installing the Accessibility Ribbon, and optionally - printing the class handout material).
Please contact Robin Ertz for additional information. Registration is limited to 20 participants for each workshop. Participants must have MS Office 2016 or Office 365 on the device used for class.