PowerPoint Accessibility - Self-Paced

Self-Paced PowerPoint Accessibility

Description

PowerPoint presentations increase visual impact, can improve student focus, and are a great platform to provide additional insight with annotations and highlights. Ensure all of your students have access to your resources!

This self-paced micro-course will focus on the essential elements needed to create an accessible PowerPoint, explain the basics of PowerPoint’s accessibility tools, and test if a PowerPoint you did not create is inaccessible. You will also have an opportunity to apply all that you have learned in a hands-on activity that will help build your skills throughout the course.

PLEASE NOTE: Self-paced non-facilitated courses are not eligible to receive a badge from CVC-OEI or continuing education units from Fresno Pacific. If you require a certificate of completion, please choose one of our facilitated courses.

Details

Fulfills: This is a self-paced micro-course that is not part of our certificate programs. If you are taking this course to fulfill a requirement on your campus, please check with your campus to ensure they will honor a self-paced course.
Duration: self-paced
Time Commitment: based on your input
Level of Difficulty: Beginning
Format: Self-paced course

Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Determine PowerPoint accessibility
  • Use PowerPoint’s built-in accessibility tools
  • Apply accessibility principles to create an accessible PowerPoint
  • Remediate an inaccessible PowerPoint

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