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Easy Fix #3: Descriptive Document Titles | 2024

Need some simple fixes to improve accessibility? The Office of Digital Learning has a series of tips for making course content more accessible. See the full series: Easy Fix #1 - Image descriptions Easy Fix #2 - Optimum color contrast Easy Fix #3 - Descriptive document titles Easy Fix #4 - Document headings Ea…

Easy Fix #4: Document Headings | 2024

Need some simple fixes to improve accessibility? The Office of Digital Learning has a series of tips for making course content more accessible. See the full series: Easy Fix #1 - Image descriptions Easy Fix #2 - Optimum color contrast Easy Fix #3 - Descriptive document titles Easy Fix #4 - Document headings Ea…

Microsoft Immersive Reader in Canvas

Navigate this article : * Text Preferences * Grammar Options * Reading Preferences Microsoft Immersive Reader is an accessibility and reading experience tool integrated into Canvas. The tool can be used to help students read and understand course pages, assignment instructions, and the syllabus. It is not availab…

Easy Fix #1: Image Descriptions | 2024

Need some simple fixes to improve accessibility? The Office of Digital Learning has a series of tips for making course content more accessible. See the full series: Easy Fix #1 - Image descriptions Easy Fix #2 - Optimum color contrast Easy Fix #3 - Descriptive document titles Easy Fix #4 - Document headings Ea…

Easy Fix #5: Converting Microsoft Word Files to PDF | 2024

Need some simple fixes to improve accessibility? The Office of Digital Learning has a series of tips for making course content more accessible. See the full series: Easy Fix #1 - Image descriptions Easy Fix #2 - Optimum color contrast Easy Fix #3 - Descriptive document titles Easy Fix #4 - Document headings Ea…

Easy Fix #2: Optimum Color Contrast | 2024

Need some simple fixes to improve accessibility? The Office of Digital Learning has a series of tips for making course content more accessible. See the full series: Easy Fix #1 - Image descriptions Easy Fix #2 - Optimum color contrast Easy Fix #3 - Descriptive document titles Easy Fix #4 - Document headings Ea…

Check Contrast for Accessibility with Colour Contrast Analyser

Making sure your documents follow guidelines for optimum contrast is helpful for all students but especially for those with visual impairments like color blindness. Good contrast makes content easier to view when it’s projected in class or on low-quality monitors. It also makes viewing content easier on a mobile devi…

Quiz setup for FSU Testing Center and off-campus proctoring

Introduction Reminder: If any of your students have an extra time accommodation from the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS), remember to review this How to allow extra time for student(s) on a Canvas assessment article to ensure your students will receive the extra time stipulated in their OAS accommodations …

Is there a way to quickly check my course site for any broken links?

Yes, Canvas allows you to quickly  validate all the external links in your course site  to verify that they are all working.

Microsoft Outlook Accessibility Resources

Video Resources These are short videos that include closed captions and transcripts. * Improving Email Accessibility (05:07) When you send an group email, make sure it's accessible to people with limited or no vision. * Use Accessible Images in Your Emails (02:12) For readers who are blind or have low-vision, use…

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