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Welcome to your complete source for ensuring your online content is accessible for students with disabilities. We hope you find this page helpful. 

Ensuring our college's online content is accessible for all students (regardless of whether they may have a disability) is everyone's responsibility. Thank you for visiting this page and for doing your part to make our campus an inclusive and level learning space for all.  

Please take a moment to view the "Welcome video" below the updates.  Then, continue your accessibility adventure by clicking the links further down this page for modules on your desired topic.

Latest updates

Fall 2019

  • Does your computer have Office 2019?  We are in the process of developing updates to each module that reflect Office 2019 procedures.  Stay tuned!
  • This semester, instead of offering weekly live group trainings we are excited to begin our Digital Access Clinics (DAC) program. In a DAC, our team of experts can evaluate your digital content to ensure usability by people with disabilities, including users of assistive technology. Remediation training is provided as well.  Scheduling is flexible and we can come to you if preferred. To learn more about Digital Access Clinics, click the link to view the DAC informational flyer.  You can also schedule a DAC by filling out this brief form.


Module 1:   Defining online accessibility and why it's important     

Module 2:   Accessible Word 2016 Documents (PC and Mac) 

Module 3:   Accessible PowerPoint 2016 Presentations (PC and Mac)     
                      updated on 10/9/18

Module 4:   Accessible PDFs     
                      updated on 10/3/18

Module 5:   Accessible Audio and Video

Module 6:   Canvas Accessibility      
                       updated on 9/15/18

Further training and support

speech bubble     Talk to Carrie Million by calling x 2186, or email her at

calendar icon    Schedule a Digital Access Clinic or watch a recorded training

Q and A    View questions and answers from other faculty and staff regarding online accessibility