Microsoft PowerPoint is an easy program to use and it can be a powerful tool. Whether your presentation needs visual cues, written cues or for the ability to share information beyond what the speaker is saying. But how do you make sure your PowerPoint presentations are accessible? Here are 5 tips to make sure that your PowerPoint presentations are accessible.
Webinars continue to grow in popularity, but are they really all that they are cracked up to be for the one in five people with a disability? Dr Scott Hollier, Media Access Australia’s Digital Accessibility Director, launched an investigation into their accessibility and found all of them quite challenging. He shares his findings in an informative podcast and article.
There’s a Chinese proverb that says, “Tell me, I’ll forget. Show me, I may remember. But involve me, and I’ll understand.” It’s a good approach to take when you’re in charge of training people to become accessible content creators.