Creating accessible materials involves the active participation of college web developers, content authors, instructional designers, faculty, staff, and even vendors. Whether the final product is a web page, a MS Word document, a PDF file, or a video, including accessibility into the authoring and conversion process will result in a format that serves the greater campus community, including students and employees with disabilities. The selected videos below, available through Lynda.com, can assist you in both the introductory and advanced techniques in creating accessible materials to support California Community College students and employees. You will need to be a registered member of the Professional Learning Network to view the videos.
Lynda.com Accessibility Training Videos
- Acrobat DC: Creating Accessible PDFs
- Creating Accessible Documents with Microsoft Office
- Advanced Accessible PDFs
- Creating Accessible PDFs (2014)
YouTube and Captioning
Accessible Learning Environments
- Teaching Techniques: Making Accessible Learning
- Captivate 9: Advanced Techniques (Enabling Accessibility)
Do you have additional questions about how to make your documents accessible, or other related questions around accessibility? Visit the CCC Accessibility Center for additional training information and upcoming workshops.