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Growing Accessibility – Start Sprouting Accessible PDFs - Shared screen with speaker view
Gina Dionne
14:17
Does the university have a license for Grakle?
Bekah Olson
14:33
I missed the document structure on 8/12. Are there slides or notes I can look at?
Sean Holland
14:34
Yes, we do. eCampus provides one that works UA-wide.
Gina Dionne
14:46
Thank you
Sean Holland
15:13
Bekah, the slides and the recording can be found at iteachu.uaf.edu/growing-accessibility
Bekah Olson
16:05
Thank you :)
Sean Holland
17:15
This is the eCampus Syllabus Template: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WRkkJEh-1w5Oy1dRZfxXTsMNB2vHbKO44m3is5MqHrA/edit?usp=sharing
Dave Partee
21:06
Thanks for the template, I’m going to update my fall syllabus with that! 🍎
Sean Holland
21:46
Great! It’s not the prettiest template ever designed, but it keeps important things from falling through the cracks.
Sean Holland
24:59
Here’s Janene’s link to the Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zLOUM55XhL0-6UMN4NfxQ6QJuDawc0QPBVOiYLHuiN0/edit?usp=sharing
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
28:32
If I create a document in Word, how do I use the Grackle add-on? Do I have to copy and paste from Word to Goggle Docs?
Sean Holland
32:31
Hi Emily, you could upload it to Drive and convert to Word. Copy and Paste would lose some document properties. Grackle works natively with Google Docs.
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
33:02
Can you share the addresses for those links? I can't click on them in Xoom...
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
33:05
Zoom
Sean Holland
33:27
If you want to stay in Word most of the time, the Word accessibility checker should get you most of the way, and then if you need to share the .doc in Google Drive, it will remain accessible.
Heidi Olson
33:32
Here’s a link to our slide set — still in progress https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1GSvWaGc3BF2sofSJRMLCIJNzFCX2J7zR4Vajqz86oVI/edit?usp=sharing
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
34:34
Yes, the links to the screenreader tests.
Sean Holland
38:50
Emily, I think these are the links you were referring to: 1. Make your Word documents accessible to people with disabilities - web article from Microsoft on best practices with step-by-step information: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/make-your-word-documents-accessible-to-people-with-disabilities-d9bf3683-87ac-47ea-b91a-78dcacb3c66d
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
39:07
I have a number of questions about the Word Accessibility checker...is there someone I could email with my questions, since we're almost out of time?
Sean Holland
39:14
2. Accessibility for Docs editors - how to turn on your screen reader: https://support.google.com/docs/answer/6282736?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
39:16
Thanks, Sean!
Gina Dionne
39:22
Thank you!
Sean Holland
39:26
Emily, please email me at smholland@alaska.edu
Katie Kennedy
39:32
Thanks!
Bekah Olson
39:33
Thank you!!!
Jenn Baker
39:39
thanks!
Emily Koehler-Platten, Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK
39:39
Thank you very much!