SF State - Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI)

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Documents: Syllabi, Handouts and Articles

Printed and scanned documents can pose a problem for people with various disabilities who need them in alternate formats. Since the conversion process can be time-consuming, advanced planning is critical in ensuring equal access to this information for people with disabilities

What does an accessible document look like?

The following resources (Word Document format) shed light on the Top Traits of an Accessible Word document and an Accessible PDF


How do I check my documents for accessibility?

Start with the following resources (Word Document format):

Checklists: Adobe AcrobatMicrosoft Word Microsoft PowerPoint


How do I remediate my documents for accessibility?

Self-guided training resources: Tutorials


Further Guidance:

Contact us if you need further guidance by completing the Support Request Form or by emailing us at access@sfsu.edu.

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