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Formatting Text (Word and PowerPoint)

Formatting Text (Word and PowerPoint)

Text in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint documents need structural tags including headers and list tags to allow screen reader users to easily navigate and decode chunks of information. Standard Guideline 2.4: Navigable: Provide ways to help users navigate, find content, and determine where they are: 2.4.6 Headings and

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Formatting Text (On webpage/LMS)

Formatting Text (On webpage/LMS)

Text on a web page needs structural tags including header styles and list tags to allow screen reader users to easily navigate and decode chunks of information. Standard Guideline 2.4- Navigable: Provide ways to help users navigate, find content, and determine where they are: 2.4.6 Headings and Labels

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Formatting Images (Word or PowerPoint)

Formatting Images (Word or PowerPoint)

Images in Microsoft Office documents (.docx, .pptx) need appropriate descriptive tags in order to be accessible to users with vision impairment including those using screen readers Standard Guideline 1.1-  Text Alternatives: Provide text alternatives for any non-text content: 1.1.1 Non-text Content (Level A) All images, form image

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Formatting Images (Webpage/LMS)

Formatting Images (Webpage/LMS)

Images need appropriate alternative text descriptions (ALT-Text) in order to be understood by users with vision impairment including those using screen readers. Standard Guideline 1.1-  Text Alternatives: Provide text alternatives for any non-text content: 1.1.1 Non-text Content (Level A) All images, form image buttons, and image map

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URL Link Text

URL Link Text

Link text associated with a Universal Resource Locator (URL). Link text needs to convey meaning outside of its context on the screen in order for screen reader users to make correct selections. For example, instead of using “click here” as link text, use “Week 1 assignment” to convey

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Formatting Tables (Word and PowerPoint)

Formatting Tables (Word and PowerPoint)

Tables in Microsoft Office documents (.docx, pptx) need to have appropriate structural elements and informational headers in order for users of screen readers to make sense of the information. Standard Guideline 1.3 Adaptable: Create content that can be presented in different ways (for example simpler layout) without

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Keyboard Access

Keyboard Access

CCC Navigation links cannot be accessed via keyboard. Users are unable to access the navigation links on a webpage if they use only their keyboard. Example of Issue A user with paralysis who relies on a keyboard for navigation is unable to access the navigation links on a

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Visual Focus

Visual Focus

There is inconsistent indication of visual focus, making it difficult for a non-mouse user to effectively navigate the system. Users who are unable to use a mouse to access a webpage are unable to track where they are on the screen. There is no consistent indication of visual

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VoiceThread

VoiceThread

This product can introduce significant barriers for users with vision, hearing, or mobility challenges. Voice Thread, an interactive collaboration and sharing tool that allows users to add images, documents, and video and to which other users can add voice, audio file, or video comments is shown to considerably

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Online Tutoring

Online Tutoring

Tutoring relies on hearing/voice communication; alternative access plan needed for students with hearing or speech disabilities. Tutoring application only relies on hearing/voice communication. Users who have hearing or speech disabilities are not able to access and use the program. Example of Issue A student with a hearing disability

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