This asynchronous course is designed to help educators at different levels and contexts explore basic concepts related to disability, accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning, which serve to lay the foundation for building bridges towards a more accessible world.
This course focuses on developing an understanding of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Version 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). WCAG 2.0 describes how to make Web sites that are accessible to everyone.
Leveraging the power of Adobe InDesign for accessibility can cut down on hours of editing when you are trying to make a WCAG-compliant PDF. This class focuses on the basic best practices of Adobe InDesign and how to effectively use core accessibility features to produce more accessible documents.