K-Access' Quick and Simple Accessibility Checklist
The following checklist can be used to ensure content is accessible at a basic level. More advanced levels of accessibility and best practices for student useability can be found in our "Resources" area.
Content should be accessible by a wide variety of software, such as screen readers. We recommend PDF, Word, or RTF files.
PowerPoint presentation slides:
Not only should you presentation be content accessible, you want to make sure that you use good structure to convey thoughts as well.
Make sure that you follow standards for appropriate webpage accessibility for even the simplist of content.
Audio / Video Accessibility:
Creating accessible audio and video files from the start is essential.
It is our responsibility to purchase accessible software for student use.