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Building a LibGuide from Scratch with Accessibility Principles in Mind:
Session for guide creators in Olin RLS:
Countdown to Accessibility (including training on WAVE and SiteImprove browser plugin)
Please note: Accessibility checkers are only one part of the process. You will still need to read through your guide to be sure it would make sense if your eyes were closed.
Gail Steinhart gave a workshop on document accessibility on June 3, 2020:
When we create documents to share at work, making the practice of accessibility a habit is not difficult to do and signals respect for our colleagues and library users who may have disabilities and/or use assistive technology. This workshop will introduce the basic principles of accessible documents. We will focus on how to make Word documents accessible, and how to convert them to PDF without losing accessibility features. Many of the principles also apply to other programs. The workshop will be offered via zoom and will be recorded. Note: This workshop will not cover remediation of websites, PDFs, or a/v material. IT@Cornell offers guidance (including PDF remediation) and training on wide range of accessibility topics.
Sponsored by the Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Council