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Learn how to create an accessible InDesign document and then how to convert it into an accessible PDF, including how to add the required Accessibility structure inside an InDesign file. Ask questions of our expert and be ready to start making accessible InDesign and PDF documents right away!Find out more »
Do you want to create posters, brochures and other materials that are accessible to as many people as possible? This webinar provides an overview of visual considerations and document settings for accessible communications in both print and digital formats. From choosing colours and fonts to ensuring documents are accessible to assistive technology users, participants will learn what is required to create accessible materials that work for a wider range of users.Find out more »
While properly constructed tags are essential for an accessible PDF, tags alone are not enough. Some accessibility checkers review only tags while others also check hidden aspects of the document to ensure they are fully accessible. Because these checkers can only check against a list of digital defaults, human inspection is also a very important part of the remediation process.
This one-hour webinar will review the most commonly used accessibility checkers currently available when creating accessible PDF documents, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Professional and the online PDF Accessibility Checker (PAC 3.0).Find out more »
This workshop will provide you with an overview of the AODA Standards and how this information can be delivered in an interactive and fun training session to your staff and volunteers. The AODA Train-the-Trainer workshop qualifies as mandated training and will equip you to meet your organization's AODA training requirements.Find out more »
This hands-on, virtual training session (Part 1) is designed to clearly explain how to create an accessible document using Microsoft Word. It will demonstrate converting documents to PDF format and examine the required structure for assistive technologies.Find out more »
This virtual training is Part 2 of our accessible documents training sessions. In it you will learn how to make accessible PDFs, including complex content and handling PDFs when no source document is available.Find out more »
The majority of Canadians are finding that the COVID-19 pandemic is having a negative impact on their mental health. 58% of Canadians report feeling overloaded by the multiple roles they are juggling while working from home. Stress over actual or potential job loss, economic collapse, and the upheaval of work and everyday life have all added to the general feeling of being overwhelmed.
Participants in this three-part webinar series will learn strategies for stress management, how to positively respond to change, and how to work productively from home while balancing the needs of home life and family commitments.Find out more »
This virtual training has been specially designed for staff who are responsible for their organization's AODA implementation and compliance. We will review the legislation, discuss in detail your legal requirements, provide you with a multitude of resources, and share best practices for ensuring your organization's successful compliance.Find out more »
Do you want to create reports, marketing material, and everyday documents that are accessible? Get tips on the best and most accessible design choices - from choosing colours and fonts, to ensuring documents are accessible to assistive technology users. You will learn what is required to create accessible materials that work for a wider range of users and see examples of accessible and inaccessible design choices.Find out more »
Do you wonder how accessible your organization's social media posts are? Would you like to make your tweets, Instagram stories and Facebook posts inclusive and accessible to people with disabilities? In this webinar we'll cover some general guidelines for creating accessible social media posts, review common pitfalls, and discuss both accessibility features available on different platforms and some workarounds you could use when built in accessibility features are not available.Find out more »