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This page is brand-spanking new, and has come about as I have been trying to make documents, presentations, videos, and information on the web as accessible as possible. Since I have recently begun reviewing online TAMUCC courses for accessibility and have also just been appointed to the newly formed Committee on Accessible Information Resources at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, this page will hopefully fill with links and useful information in the weeks and months to come.

Making Websites Accessible:

WebAim : Color contrast checker

Making PDFs Accessible

Well, first things first, you need to make sure it is real text. Something you scanned in and saved as a pdf isn't going to be real text unless you also used OCR (Ocular Character Recognition) software in the process.

Free OCR Software:

Making Emails Accessible

Thread on accessibility for news letters

Making Powerpoint Presentations Accessible

Making Microsoft Word Documents Accessible

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This site is maintained by Jennifer Weir, Disability Services at Texas A&M University -- Corpus Christi