Creating documents with accessibility in mind helps a variety of learners. Students with visual disabilities may need to use a screen reading device, which needs to have ADA-friendly documents to ensure the device can read the content to the student. Other elements, such as tables and links, can help everyone by having greater descriptiveness.
Many tools, like Microsoft Word, have built-in features that help with creating accessible and well-composed documents.
This self-guided tutorial focuses on Microsoft Word for Office 365.
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