Difference between revisions of "Learn more about Accessibiliity and Inclusive Design"

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*[https://www.evergreen.edu/accessibility Evergreen's Guide on Accessible Technology ]
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*[[Accessibility_Help|Accessibility Help Page ]]
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*[[Tips_for_Providing_Barrier-Free_Access|Tips for Providing Barrier-Free Access]]
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*[[Accessibility_Software|Accessibility Software]]
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*[[Accessibility:_Where_to_Go_for_Help|Accessibility: Where to Go for Help]]
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*[[Optical_Character_Recognition|Optical Character Recognition]]
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====Creating Accessible Content====
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*[[Accessible_Word_Documents|Accessible Word Documents]]
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*[[Create_an_Accessible_PDF|Create an Accessible PDF]]
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*[[Creating_Accessible_Math_Resources|Creating Accessible Math Resources]]
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*[[Accessible_Spreadsheets|Accessible Spreadsheets]]
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*[[Accessible_Video|Accessible Video]]
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*[[Accessible_Canvas_Pages|Accessible Canvas Pages]]
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*[[Accessible_WordPress_Pages|Accessible WordPress Pages ]]
 
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Revision as of 13:20, 5 October 2017

Inclusive Design is "Essential for Some, Useful for All" (W3C:WAI.)

Inclusive Design "considers the full range of human diversity with respect to ability, language, culture, gender, age and other forms of human difference."

-- Source: Inclusive Design Research Centre.


IT/Web Accessibility at Evergreen

Includes information about creating accessible content and Evergreen's Accessible Tech Workgroup.


Related Canvas Guides

  • Accessibility within Canvas: Ensuring an accessible and pleasant experience to all users, regardless of disability, is a key focus of Canvas.


Check your Microsoft Office documents for Accessibility


User Perspectives: videos by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)