This week’s teaching tip from the Teaching & Learning Collaborative (TLC) is a brief introduction to creating accessible Microsoft Office documents. Whether or not you have jumped on board with the new Office 365 system, chances are extremely high that you are using Word and PowerPoint to deliver learning materials. And just as surely, even if you have never taught a student with an ADA accommodation, you have heard a lot about the critical need for accessible content in higher education. So with that in mind, head on over to the Teaching and Learning Collaborative blog for this week’s TLC tip of the week. In the time it takes to drink a cup of hot, delicious coffee, you can get practical tips for creating accessible documents. This week’s tip is available as a short video screencast or as a straightforward how-to article with annotated screenshots.
Anyone can contribute to the TLC. If you have a teaching resource (article, video, podcast) you’d like to share with the broader UP faculty, or a teaching conundrum on which you’d like some help, please contact Karen Eifler at email@example.com.