"Creating Accessible Documents in MS Word" Training - Thursday, October 12, 2017 - LARC 100
How can you save time AND create accessible documents? Come learn to use the LIST model for access! Learn how to create documents that are accessible to screen readers and other assistive computer technologies by starting with MS Word and then creating accessible PDFs. This hands-on training will provide direct experience with following four simple steps to creating accessible documents. We will focus on Word, but the LIST model applies just as well to all authoring tools. Participants will be able to do the following:
1. Understand what it means to create accessible documents
2. Follow the "LIST" model with Microsoft Word to develop accessible documents
3. Utilize styles to create structure
4. Use the accessibility action wizard in Adobe Acrobat Pro to convert from MS Word documents to accessible PDFs
Presenter: Gaeir Dietrich, Director High Center Training Unit, California Community Colleges
Each session is limited to 45 people - the room will not accommodate any more than that.
Who should attend?
Anyone who posts documents to the LAVC website (including all departments, committees, instructors with online/hybrid/web enhanced courses, webpages, posted syllabi, or forms).
New federal guidelines require compliance with the amendments to Section 508 accessibility guidelines (WCAG 2.0) by January 18, 2018 (https://section508.gov/content/compliance-dates)
This means that everything posted (not just online course material) on the LAVC website must be completely accessible to people with disabilities. Learn how to make your documents at this workshop.
Time: Both sections are for faculty or staff only (no students). The 9-noon session is geared more for staff, the 1-4 session is geared more for faculty. However, faculty and staff can come to either session. *
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This event is wheelchair accessible. If you require a sign language interpreter, assistive listening device, large print, braille materials or any other accommodations, please indicate your needs here:
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