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A free,online ten-module tutorial that offers information, instructional techniques, and practice labs on how to make the... see more

PLEASE NOTE:  When this resource was initially submitted to MERLOT it was the original simulation.  The Peer Review and... see more

Overview of accessibility issues related to Microsoft Excel. Covers problems with Excel-generated HTML, includes... see more

Overview of accessibility issues in Macromedia Flash. Covers the basics of labeling Flash elements, controlling the order... see more

Overview of accessibility issues related to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Explains how to publish an... see more

Overview of issues regarding Microsoft PowerPoint accessibility for students with disabilities. Covers the accessibility... see more

Overview of accessibility issues for online video. Covers the basics of captioning video, as well as software that... see more

Overview of accessibility issues related to Microsoft Word. Covers issues with Word-generated HTML. Explains how to... see more

The PDF is a tutorial and reference guide for creating Universal Design-based PDF content using Acrobat 9 Pro. The site... see more

This site was developed by CATEA, the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access at Georgia Tech. The site... see more

Easy to read, follow and use tutorial on web accessibility.

Numerous studies have found that electronic books can support children’s development of reading skills (De Jong & Bus,... see more

Learn how to create an interactive online tutorial, from concept to finished product. All faculty who want to make their... see more

The goal for this module is to provide an easily accessible resource of translating the techniques for enhancing access... see more

The "Federal Court Concepts" module is designed to introduce secondary and postsecondary students to the American federal... see more

This website on evaluating resources includes: Part 1: The Need to Evaluate Internet Resources Part 2: Evaluating Online... see more

This site is useful to educators for the following reasons: Instructors can find descriptions of learning dissabilities... see more

These tutorials introduce you to accessibility features and options in Microsoft Windows, Office, and Internet Explorer.... see more

This webpage from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is part of its Web Accessibility 101 course. It covers the... see more

This webpage from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is part of its Web Accessibility 101 course. It covers the... see more

'Adobe® Systems introduced Action Wizards for Acrobat® X. Actions allow you to apply one or more routine sets of commands... see more

This article provides guidance on making OER content and eBooks more accessible to disabled and special needs learners by... see more

This webpage from the University of Wisconsin-Madison is part of its Web Accessibility 101 course. It covers the... see more

This tutorial provides suggestions for creating an accessible presentation.  The author reviews definitions of... see more