If you used the Accessible U site before June 10, 2020, you may be wondering: Where did the content about how to use specific technologies, links in the Learn More sidebars, and some of the Core Skills for Web Developers go?
- We are incorporating the how-to content into knowledge articles on the Information Technology site and then will link to them on the Accessible U site. We want to make accessibility part of the everyday process of using University-supported tools.
- We are curating the Learn More resources to reduce the number and make sure they are up to date.
- We are evaluating some of the web development content to see if it is still relevant.
An archived version of the old Accessible U site will be available for a few weeks.
While we move the How-to content over to the new site, you will continue to be able to access it on the old site.
- Alt Text in Canvas, Google Docs and Slides, and Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
- Canvas Accessibility Considerations (now Canvas: Design an Accessible and Usable Course Site on the Information Technology site)
- Drupal Lite
- Functional Accessibility Evaluator
- Google Apps and Screenreaders
- Google Docs
- Google Slides
- Headings and Tables of Contents in Google Docs and Microsoft Word
- Lists in Google Docs and MS PowerPoint and Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Word
- Video Captions and Transcripts in YouTube
- Using YouTube