Institutions that work inclusively recognise the important role all staff have in producing electronic materials which are accessible, acknowledging that in turn this will benefit all staff and students who access this information. Across any institution many people in administrative roles will be involved in creating information. We can offer support in the form of workshops and guidance to ensure that people are aware of good practice guidelines in writing accessible electronic documents.
We can also give practical step by step support in enabling anyone reading material to amend the look and feel into a style which suits them.
For further guidance, have a look at the TechDis Accessibility Essentials including:
- Making Electronic Documents More Readable.
- Writing Accessible Electronic Documents with Microsoft® Word.
- Creating Accessible Presentations.
- Making the Most of PDFs.
For more information or to organise some training in your place of work please contact Margaret McKay, eLearning Advisor: Accessibility and Inclusion.
Tel: 0141 585 0022