Digital Accessibility Resources
Digital Accessibility Mission Statement
Davidson-Davie Community College is committed to ensuring that information and communications technology (ICT) resources and services are accessible to everyone regardless of ability. We strive to enhance the experience of all users. To achieve these goals, Davidson-Davie is implementing a plan for accessibility.
The goal of the College is that online content meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 at the AA Level as established by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Microsoft Word Accessibility Training
PDF (Portable Document Format) Accessibility Training
If you would like to take the PDF Accessibility Course via Moodle, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for access.
Ally Accessibility Tool
Ally is an accessibility checker found within Moodle. You may have noticed the gauges in your course. These are visuals to remind you that the Ally Accessibility Checker exists and is there to help you make your course as accessible as possible.
All videos should have captioning. When curating video for your courses, select only those that have accurate captions with punctuation included. When creating video, there are strategies and tools available to help. If you use a script for your video, you can upload the file to VidGrid to provide captions. VidGrid provides automated machine captions that take seconds to turn on. You can also easily edit your own captions.
More resources are located on the Davidson-Davie Office of Learning Design Youtube Channel via the Digital Accessibility Playlist.
Other Useful Resources
- Portland Community College: Web Accessibility Guidelines (pdf)
- Accessibility Quick Guide (pdf)
- WebAim Cheatsheet for Microsoft Word 2016 Accessibility (pdf)
- WebAim Cheatsheet for Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Accessibility (pdf)
- Captioning YouTube Videos (pdf)
If you would like to learn more about digital accessibility, please contact your Digital Accessibility Coordinator, Kate Moss at email@example.com.