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Design Accessible Courses

Developing Accessible Documents

Creating Accessible Documents and Videos

Sourced from the National Center on Disability and Access to Education

Creating Accessible Documents with Adobe

Tutorials on creating accessible pdfs, InDesign files, Flash presentations, and more.

Creating Accessible Documents by Scanning

Copy machines capable of producing documents accessible to those with low vision or other sight impairment are in place at the following 11 locations across campus. It’s the start of a campaign to ensure these machines are readily available for the campus community.

  • Andy Holt Tower, 6th Floor Lobby
  • Ayers Hall, Room 227
  • Bailey Education Complex, Room A302
  • Dunford Hall, Room 100 (SDS)
  • Ellington Plant Sciences, Room 252
  • Law Library
  • McClung Tower, Room 205
  • Min H Kao Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Building, Room 401K
  • Strong Hall, Room 505
  • Thornton Athletics Student Life Center
  • Tickle Engineering Building, Room 499F

In addition, there are several hand scanners in Hodges Library. All academic area copiers leased through the Convenience Copier program will have this capability as they are replaced in coming years.