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Re: examples of good practice with pdfs?


From: Lewis, Sunshine T.
Date: Sep 25, 2012 10:11AM

The AcceDe manual for making accessible PDFs include an exercise book
http://www.pdf-accessible.com/en/accede-manuals/ that I've used as an
example in the past.

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From: Gruszczynska, Anna [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ]
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2012 8:36 AM
Subject: [WebAIM] examples of good practice with pdfs?

I am involved with the ACTOER Project (Accessibility Challenges and
Techniques for Open Educational Resources
http://actoer.referata.com/wiki/Main_Page) whose aim is to investigate
and improve accessibility support in Open Educational Resources. We are
really keen on singposting people to examples of good practice and case
studies which offer real-life examples of accessible resources. Could
anyone on the list direct me to projects and/or individual resources
which focus on pdf accessibility? I am not looking for guides to
creating accessible pdfs, what I am after (and have had real trouble
finding) are examples of real-life teaching resources in pdf format
which could be used to tell people "this is what an accessible pdf"
looks like. Equally, examples of bad practice would be useful as well.
Many thanks if anyone can help - I am getting somewhat frustrated with
not being able to get anything useful after hours of searching on the