We all want to help in creating an environment that promotes equal access to all right? If you are looking for some resources in how to get there you have come the right spot. Explore these resources, and please do not hesitate to reach out if you have additional questions.
Please be aware that there are many versions of Adobe out there. You will only be able to use full features when using the paid version. Check with your Department to see if you have access to the full license of Adobe.
Recognize Text in this file/OCR This allows our students who have reading disabilities and vision loss to be able to access your content. It also allows your document to be indexed in search results.
Accessibility Checker allows you to identify elements that need some extra attention to make your PDF fully accessible to all.
Acrobat DC: Creating Accessible PDF's: Training modules on Lynda.com. You can log in with your AU credentials to access all types of training videos.
When planning an event the ASAC has developed two resources to help guide in making sure it is accessible to all.
Don't forget to appoint someone in your department as the point person for and requested accommodations.
Submit any CART/Interpreting needs at least 2 weeks in advance.