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 Low Vision Solutions for Computer TasksFor Credit

For Credit Creating Accessible Documents: An Introduction

For Credit Navigating the Web with Screen Readers: It's More than Arrow and Tab Keys


Low Vision Solutions for Computer Tasks

Original webcast date: 09/06/2017
Description: Options for computer access for users with low vision continue to increase in the digital age. Numerous features to customize your screen view are now available along with the more familiar screen enlarging software. A comparison of easily available choices for a range of computer and web-based tasks will be highlighted.

Low Vision Solutions for Computer Tasks

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Creating Accessible Documents: An Introduction

Original webcast date: 11/03/2015
Description: It’s easy to create documents that are visually appealing and accessible using the styling and formatting tools built into Microsoft Word or other word processors. TSBVI Accessibility Coordinator, Jim Allan shows you how to add the essential structure to make a Word document accessible; one that can be read and searched with a screen reader, such as JAWS, converted into braille or a PDF, or posted to the web in html format.

Creating Accessible Documents: An Introduction

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Navigating the Web with Screen Readers: It's More than Arrow and Tab Keys

Original webcast date: 2/2/2016
Description: Learn the basics of navigating webpages with Jaws, NVDA, and Safari. Its more than arrow and tab keys!

Navigating the Web with Screen Readers: It's More than Arrow and Tab Keys

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