Accessibility for All #TECH6363

The work of assuring content is accessible is often viewed from the viewpoint of already created content. Content that has already been created once may give the impression of extra work; the act of assuring the content is accessible additional work.

Dana McGarr had the best tweet earlier this week…

COVID-school has forced many educators online and the past year has seen much content recently created. While recent content may have to be vetted for accessibility, now is the time to create accessible content so it is no longer additional work.


As documents are crafted, there are guidelines that can be helpful. WebAIM (n.d.) offers several types of recommendations. Each category offers usability options for the end-user which would otherwise preclude them from interacting successfully with the document content. Check out the below links to take those old Microsoft Word documents you have and give them a needed upgrade:

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