Recorded: June 29, 2022 – While there are some general tools that are needed to create accessible content, every platform hides the tools in different locations or with a different name. It is important to ensure our content is accessible no matter the platform we use to create it. When content is fully accessible, it is beneficial to people with vision impairments, learning disabilities, color blindness, and many others who do not identify as having a disability.
This training walks participants through the steps of creating accessible content in Google Docs and Slides.
Participants will learn:
- How to structure a document
- Where to find accessibility tools
- How to create alt-text/tags for images
- And how to check the accessibility of a document/slide
Jessi Wright – Maine CITE, Director – Jessi Wright is an assistive technology professional (ATP) overseeing Maine CITE, the state assistive technology program in Maine. She has worked in the disability field for over 15 years in various capacities around the country including residential programs, providing autism services, teaching in special education, university disability services, and working closely with vocational rehabilitation.
Resources discussed in webinar:
Accessibility in the Google World Powerpoint – PDF