These presentations are available upon request. All presentations use a larger font size, a clear, easy to read font, alt tags for images, elimination of textboxes, use original powerpoint templates which are accessible. I added a link to one of the videos.
Videos added to presentations MUST be close captioned and MUST have the player controls available and easy to use within the presentation.
Please see the video below to learn how to create accessible Word documents according to Sheridan College and accessibility standards.
Please see the video below to learn how to create accessible PowerPoint presentations according to Sheridan College and accessibility standards.
Please see video below to learn how to create accessible PDFs according to Sheridan and accessibility standards.
The purpose of UDL is to design classroom materials that everyone can use and benefit from.
UDL “provides a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that work for everyone--not a single, one-size-fits-all solution but rather flexible approaches that can be customized and adjusted for individual needs.” (National Centre on Universal Design for Learning, 2012)
Here are some UDL recommendations you can try out in the classroom:
Please see the Accessible Learning Environment Faculty Resource for more information and videos on UDL.