Introductions to Accessibility: Documents & Web Content
Oct 2021 - June 2022
The Chancellor's Office and WebAIM have launched the next phase of accessibility training for The California State University system. The foundation of this training program is the independent-study, video-based online course—Accessible Documents: Word, PowerPoint, & Acrobat.
To support the core training provided by the online course, supplementary virtual trainings on two topics have been developed and are scheduled for quarterly delivery over Zoom.
Optimizing the documents you create in Microsoft Word & PowerPoint will not only increase access for people with disabilities, it will often increase the usability of your documents for everyone. This training is a high-level introduction to accessibility guidelines and principles, and processes used in Word, PowerPoint, & Acrobat Pro DC. Over the course of two 2-hour sessions, you will review the basics needed to meet legal requirements for electronic documents.
- Part 1
- Overview of Document Accessibility | Part 1
- Links, Lists, & Columns
- Contrast & Color reliance
- Part 2
- Overview of Document Accessibility | Part 2
- Evaluating Accessibility
- Exporting to PDF
- Optimizing PDFs in Acrobat
Web Accessibility for Content Editors
This 2-hour training is a high-level introduction to accessibility guidelines and principles. Processes used to create content with a built-in editor will be demonstrated in Drupal.
- Accessibility Guidelines & Tools
- Alternative Text
- Links & Lists
- Contrast & Color Reliance
Dates & Times
- All June trainings are from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays.
- Document Accessibility
- Part 1: Friday, June 10
- Part 2: Friday, June 17
- Web Accessibility for Content Editors: Friday, June 24