FACC Webinar: Creating & Remediating Microsoft Word Documents for ADA Compliance
Thursday, August 13, 2020
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST
Cost: $75 FACC members/$100 non-members
Registration ends August 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. EST.
Creating & Remediating Microsoft Word Documents for ADA Compliance: A Multi-Level Guide
Our “Accessibility” Subject Matter Expert Stacey Rayos is back and will deliver a multi-level, step-by-step webinar on how to make your Microsoft Word documents accessible for all users. Content creators, co-workers, educators, etc. are responsible for the Word Documents they create. Word Document accessibility is crucial for customers, co-workers, or students with disabilities. The good news is that editing Word Documents for accessibility is a relatively non-technical process and can make a big impact. In this live webinar, Stacey will review key topics such as:
- Headings, fonts, color contrast, and appearance
- Tables, charts, graphs
- Image alt text and long descriptions
- Using accessibility checkers
- Exporting to other formats (HTML, PDF)
This will be an interactive discussion about Microsoft Word and document sharing with accessibility in mind so that your documents are understandable, navigable, and readable for anyone who might want to enjoy or use your content.
Important Note: This is the third in a series of four quarterly webinars on ADA Compliance offered by FACC in 2020. The next and final webinar will be on PowerPoint Documents (November 19th).
Presenter: Stacey Rayos, CTO/Developer of Accessible Things & Trainer of People CPACC (IAAP Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies)
Moderator: Robert E. Lee, DPA, ICMA-CM, Assistant Professor, MPA Program Coordinator, Florida Gulf Coast University and Executive Director, Center for Florida Local Government Excellence, The John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government
Note: This program has been approved by IIMC for 2 hours (1 point) of CMC/MMC credit. A completed Ideas to Action (ITA) form is required to receive education credit.
The education curriculum for both the CMC and MMC session content was developed, reviewed and approved by the Florida Institute of Government at Florida State University as an IIMC-approved institute, in cooperation with the FACC Professional Education Committee and Board of Directors.
Registrations will not be considered complete until payment has been received. If the check is received after the webinar is full, you can take the recorded version and still receive credit after completing the ITA form.
Please contact FACC staff with any questions.