Be in the know!

Being informed about appropriate language helps everyone engage in meaningful dialogue. If you’ve ever felt uncertain about how to refer to someone with a disability, the appropriate thing to do is to ask, rather than make assumptions. 



Be accessible!

Whether you are a student, faculty, or staff member – there are many things you can do to be more inclusive. Being accessible helps everyone! Take time to learn how you can help make our campus as accessible as possible.



ACCESSIBLE TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES

                    Accessibility Center ~ MS Office

Accessibility Checker

Accessibility Features in WINDOWS 10

Accessibility Features on a MAC

Accessible drop counter for people with blindness or vision loss

ACCESSIBLE TEMPLATES in MS Office 2016  

Add ALTERNATIVE TEXT to pictures, charts and more

Add CAPTIONS to a video

CAPTION It Yourself ~ Basic Guidelines

Clear Print Accessibility Guide~ Published by CNIB  

Creating an ACCESSIBLE SCIENCE LAB 

DICTATE Text on your MAC

DICTATE Text Using Speech Recognition in WINDOWS

DYSLEXIC-friendly Font~ Calibri &Myriad Pro are easier to read

GROUP WORK ~ Collaborate in Real-Time in POWER POINT

HEAR Text Read Aloud in WORD 2016 (Online version only)

HEAR Text Read Aloud on your MAC

HEAR Text Read Aloud using Narrator in WINDOWS

Office 365: Learning Tools for Reading & Writing

Office 365: Set up Accessibility Features on ANY device

OneNOTE 2016 Training Guide

Stay FOCUSED on your iPad with Guided Access

Take NOTES in OneNOTE with synchronized AUDIO RECORDING