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Trainings & Online Tutorials
During the Academic year, trainings on how to make online classes accessible
will be offered regularly by a PC trainer. All online faculty members will
be strongly encouraged to take the training. Flex credit will be provided.
The District will track which faculty have taken the trainings.
Accessibility Issues for Online Materials (Simple HTML)This workshop will offer guidance on how to make web content more accessible to students with disabilities. The focus will be on simple HTML pages and images. Included will be a discussion on the SRJC policy and guidelines for making your sites compliant with federal and state law. Instruction will be given on how to check your site to ensure it passes online accessibility standards. (Media content such as audio/video files, PowerPoint files, PDFs etc. will be addressed in later workshops).
Creating Accessible PDFs for Online ClassesUse Adobe Acrobat to create PDFs that are accessible to disabled individuals with screen readers and other assistive computer technologies.
Creating Accessible Web Presentations from Microsoft PowerPoint FilesLearn how to take a PowerPoint presentation and create a Web presentation that is accessible to disabled individuals with screen readers and other assistive computer technologies.
Other Trainings & Tutorials
Accessibility Lecture by Corrine Haverinen
Accessibility Lecture Slideshow, August 20, 2012 - a lecture given at the College of Marin as an overview of online accessibility with numerous linked resources. This is a browser-based slideshow that can be navigated by mouse or keyboard. Controls are:
Sean Keegan's 508 Accessibility presentations, May 1 and May 2, 2008Following are links to Sean Keegan's HTML slideshows used in the lectures he gave at SRJC in May of 2008. Click on the links to open the HTML slideshows. Click anywhere in the browser to advance to the next frame. Move the curser to the bottom, right to access navigation controls. Use the "T" key to toggle between the presentation view and the notes view.