3 Standards for Universal Design for Learning
These tips can help to make text more accessible to screen readers, magnifiers, people with most types of dyslexia, most types of color blindness, and to make it easier for an external brailler or refreshable braille device. For more information, the National Center on Disability and Access to Education has a collection of CheatSheets you can consult for specific programs or needs. Additional directions and information can be found on the Colgate Accessible Resource website.
To make word processing documents accessible, follow the above tips, plus:
If you are creating materials for a website, it is best to keep to html or plaintext pages rather than have important information in PDFs. To make PDFs accessible, follow the above tips, plus:
Colgate University Libraries | 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, NY 13346 | 315-228-7300