Creating Accessible Digital Content
Accessible Templates from Microsoft
Microsoft is not offering a set of templates for creating accessible documents. Download the collection of documents directly from Microsoft.
Cheat Sheets for Creating Accessible Digital Content
These Cheat Sheets are most effective when used as training tools. To schedule a training or information session, please contact the ATI Coordinator.
Promoting Accessibility for Everyone
Spreading the Word: Posters
These posters are excellent resources for anyone creating documents, videos, podcasts, and websites. Please print and post in approved locations.
NEW: Designing for Users on the Autistic Spectrum (PDF)
NEW: Designing for Users With Low Vision (PDF)
NEW: Designing for Users With Dyslexia (PDF)
NEW: Designing for Users of Screen Readers (PDF)
Creating Accessible E-mail Messages
Email Should be For Everyone
We send email because we have a message that needs to be delivered, but not everyone can access information using vision alone. Email messages need to be readable for individuals with vision impairment/blindness, and anyone who relies on a screen reader to access the information.
Create Accessible E-mail Messages
NEW: Creating Accessible Email Message Memo (PDF)
NEW: Enabling the Text to Speech Feature in Microsoft Outlook (Windows) (PDF)
Make your Word Documents Accessible
This topic gives you step-by-step instructions to make your Word documents accessible to people with disabilities.
- PowerPoint 2007 Training Guidelines (PDF) may be used to develop face-to-face training at your campus or used as a reference handout.
- PowerPoint 2007 Video Tutorials
Adobe Acrobat PDF
Captioning YouTube Videos
This resource aids individuals who are uploading caption or transcript files to YouTube videos. It also guides users through the process of automatically creating caption files with YouTube's beta machine transcription service.
Accessible Technology Coordinator