At our institutional core is the desire to contribute to the creation of a world that is just, humane, and sustainable.
Incorporating accessibility considerations in all aspects of what we do at Swarthmore is part of how make our aspirations a reality.
We incorporate thinking about accessibility throughout our work and documentation of the tools available to the Swarthmore College community. This section of our Knowledge Base focuses on some of the fundamental principles and how-to's. You will find other accessibility tips and information in most of our other documentation as well.
Some examples include:
- "Fast Five" Essentials to Preparing Materials
- Auto-Captioning Video in YouTube
- Auto-Captioning Videos in Panopto
- Automated Web Accessibility Checkers - Lighthouse
- Creating Accessible Documents
- Google Docs: Changing The Look of Headings and Paragraphs
- I have a Mac, do I have the right version of Office to use the Accessibility Checker?
- Simple testing before you buy
- Use Microsoft's Accessibility Checkers
- Using Word's Style Gallery to Create Structure in Your Document
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