Illinois Community Colleges Online (ILCCO) is hosting a series of workshops every Friday in May on “Breaking Down Barriers – Stories & Resources: Community, Culture and Accessibility”.
Creating presentations 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 headings, font size, and color, can have an effect on all viewers. Many tools, like Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Sheets, have built-in features that help with creating accessible and easily viewable presentations. Titles & headers Presentations should always begin with an initial title slide, and each slide should have a unique header/slide title. These titles and […]