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Closed Captioning Guidelines
Viewed 1273 times since Wed, Jun 29, 2016
2016 Closed Captioning Guidelines Use the following guidelines when creating the video closed captioning. Please note that this checklist is provided as a guide for accessibility and does not ensure full ADA compliance. Accurate: Captions... Read More
Creating Accessible Documents Presentation
Viewed 534 times since Tue, Aug 29, 2017
2017 Creating Accessible Documents Presentation The attached presentation covers the basics of creating accessible documents. Topics include using Styles and Headings, use of descriptive Alt Tags for tables and images, correct use of color,... Read More
Creating Accessible Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations
Viewed 1391 times since Wed, Apr 15, 2015
2015 Creating Accessible Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations     *A PowerPoint file can be made 508 compliant by saving it as a Word document. Simply follow the procedure below.   1. Click File      2. Click Export 3.... Read More
Creating Accessible Microsoft Word Documents
Viewed 1898 times since Wed, Apr 15, 2015
2015 Creating Accessible Microsoft Word Documents   Create a structured document. Properly formatted documents have a structure that Assistive Technology (AT) devices can readily access Provide a clear navigable structure to your... Read More
Creating Accessible PDF Files
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2015 Creating Accessible PDF Files   There are 3 types of PDF Files Legacy: unformatted documents used for printing purposes Scanned: image of documents Tagged: structured documents that are created by properly formatting Word documents ... Read More
Creating Accessible TechSmith Relay Videos
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2017 Creating Accessible TechSmith Relay (formerly called Camtasia) Videos When creating your TechSmith Relay video, you can select a profile to incorporate Closed Captions. The profile is called "MCCC with Captioning." You must select... Read More
Incorporating Accessibility and Usability
Viewed 1521 times since Mon, Apr 13, 2015
2015 Incorporating Accessibility and Usability Students with disabilities may be eligible for reasonable accommodations in their course(s). Please contact the Disability Services Center in College Hall 225 at 215-641-6575 to make an... Read More

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