Creating Universally Designed eLearning Materials
AHEAD Conference, 2010
The Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) provides a convenient way to transport, view, and print electronic documents. PDF files are typically created in other applications like Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. They can also be produced by scanning the pages of a book or journal article. This session will focus on tools and techniques to assist Faculty and other content creators in maximizing the accessibility of the PDF documents that they create This session examines some of the features that make PDF documents more usable by a diverse audience. It also provides techniques for improving the accessibility of existing and new PDF documents.
- Jesse Hausler, UDL/Accessiblity Trainer and ATRC Coordinator
- PowerPoint slides (PPTX | PDF)
- Sample Documents
- Evaluation Form