Blackboard and Designing Accessible Web Resources for People with Disabilites

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Jon Gunderson and Scott Leturno
UIUC Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services and Moraine Valley Community College
Slate Conference
Phone: (217) 244-5870
e-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu
WWW: http://slategroup.uchicago.edu/slateconference.html

Slides

  1. Major Issues
  2. Question: Why was the web developed?
  3. Answer: Why was the web developed?
  4. Question: What are some myths of the web?
  5. Answer: What are some myths of the web
  6. Needs of People with Disabilities
  7. Adjusting Browsers
  8. Typical Graphical Web View of Backboard 5.5 Course Tab
  9. High Contrast ViewView of Backboard 5.5 Course Tab
  10. Typical Graphical Web View of Backboard 6 Course Tab
  11. High Contrast ViewView of Backboard 6 Course Tab
  12. Course Information View: Frames
  13. Course Information View: Link Text
  14. Simplify Views: Question Presentation Example
  15. Major Web Accessibility Guidelines
  16. Creating Accessible Content
  17. Microsoft Word
  18. Word: Headings
  19. Word: Table of Contents
  20. Word: Describing Images
  21. Word: Tables
  22. Word: Chart
  23. Microsoft Office Web Conversion Tools
  24. Accessible Web Publishing Wizard for Microsoft Office Overview
  25. Accessible Web Publishing Wizard for Microsoft Office Features
  26. Demo of Web Accessibility Wizard
  27. What Can Instructors Do?
  28. What Can Blackboard Do?
  29. Other Accessibility Resources

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