AccessIT Select Presentations
The following is a list of slideshow materials from select presentations delivered by AccessIT staff. Where PowerPoint was used, the original Powerpoint file is provided (requires Microsoft PowerPoint or the free PowerPoint Viewer). Alternative accessible HTML versions are also provided. These were created using either LecShare or HTML Slidy. See the bottom of this page for notes on accessible versions.
ACM SIGUCCS Computer Services Management Symposium
April 9-11, 2006
- Creating an Accessible Technology-Enhanced Learning Environment (Terry Thompson) Slidy version
California Web Accessibility Conference
April 6-7, 2006
- Captioning Online Videos (Terry Thompson) Slidy version
- Accessible Dynamic Menus (Terry Thompson) Slidy version
March 22-24, 2006
- Accessible IT Policy in K-12 Education (Pat Brown) PowerPoint version | LecShare version
- Distance Learning Policies and Practices (Sheryl Burgstahler and Terry Thompson) PowerPoint version | LecShare version
- Universal Design and Web Accessibility: Unexpected Beneficiaries (Terry Thompson) PowerPoint version | LecShare version
- Planning for Accessible Video and DVD (Mark Harniss) PowerPoint version | LecShare version
- Introduction to Accessible Information Technology in Education: A Webcourse (Jeff Witzel) PowerPoint version | LecShare version
Notes On Accessible Versions
Accessible versions of PowerPoint files were converted into accessible HTML format using LecShare. This is one of the products available for converting existing PowerPoint files into a slideshow that uses web standards and follows accessibility guidelines.
- To advance to the next slide, press the right arrow on the keyboard, or click the slide with your pointing device (e.g., mouse).
- To return to the previous slide, press the left arrow on the keyboard.
- To increase font size, press the letter B (for Bigger)
- To decrease font size, press the letter S (for smaller)
- For additional tips, follow the help? link near the bottom of the slide
For additional information about creating accessible online slideshows, consult the AccessIT Knowledge Base article How do I make my online PowerPoint presentation accessible?