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Depending on the type of audio or video resource, closed captions (a text version of the audio that is shown synchronized in the media player), transcripts (a separate text version of the audio), or audio descriptions of visual information (an additional audio stream that describes context essential for comprehension of the visual content) need to be available.
When instructors create documents and presentations that will go online in a course access for all learners is required. Any scanned documents need to be text-based.
Color Contrast should exist between text and the document background.
When instructors create documents and presentations that will go online in a course access for all learners is required. Any scanned documents need to be text-based.
Tables should be used to present data and contain a header and description.
When instructors create documents and presentations that will go online in a course access for all learners is required. Any scanned documents need to be text-based.
Structure communicates the organization of the page content.
When instructors create documents and presentations that will go online in a course access for all learners is required. Any scanned documents need to be text-based.
Links or hyperlinks should incorporate descriptive text for screen readers.
When instructors create documents and presentations that will go online in a course access for all learners is required. Any scanned documents need to be text-based.
Images should contain alternative text that describes the image.
Many products used to create documents and presentations have built-in accessibility checkers such as Canvas and Microsoft Office. To learn more about running an accessibility checker in a specific product, visit our Accessibility Checker chart.