The Digital Accessibility Office is committed to spreading awareness and knowledge about digital accessibility on campus. This is why we offer a variety of trainings on digital accessibility to faculty, staff, and students, including consultations, presentations, and workshops. See our list of topics and schedule a training session with us today by completing our training request form below.
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- Intro to digital accessibility: Overview of the core concepts of digital accessibility and staff & faculty responsibilities under campus policy
- Content accessibility: An overview of core skills for making accessible content. Not specific to a particular content editing platform.
- Document accessibility: How to create accessible documents (Word, PowerPoint, Google Docs, etc.)
- PDF accessibility: How to create accessible PDFs.
- Captions & video accessibility: How to create accessible videos and create captions
- Virtual presentations or events: Guidance on hosting accessible virtual events or delivering accessible virtual presentations
- Consultations: 1-on-1 or small group meetings where we can review the accessibility of specific content such as a Canvas course or a PDF. Typically 30-60 min.
- Presentations: Delivery of content about a specific accessibility topic to small or large groups; typically 45-90 minutes.
- Workshops: Hands-on training for a small group; opportunity for skill-building and an opportunity to apply those skills in practice. Typically 90 min or longer.
- Digital Accessibility Fundamentals - a self-paced Canvas course that will take 60-90 minutes to complete. You will need a CU Boulder Identikey to access this course.