Accessibility Information

Important Instructional Documents

  • 7 Ways to Make Your Class Accessible
    7-ways-to-make-your-class-accessible.docx
    Follow these steps to improve the accessibility of your Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files as well as PDF files and videos you create.

  • Web Accessibility Checklist
    Web-Accessibility-Checklist.docx
    Make sure your website is accessible by using this checklist.  Visit other helpful links that are included in this document.

  • Designing for Screen Reader Compatibility
    Designing-for-Screen-Reader-Compatibility.docx
    Understand how a screen reader works and the best practices for making Web sites, documents, and PDF files accessible for people that are blind or visually-impaired.

  • Large Print Basics
    Large-Print-Basics.docx
    Guidelines to follow when creating a document or Web page.  Here’s a large print document example.

  • Microsoft Word Accessibility 
    Microsoft-Word-Accessibility.docx
    Make content in Microsoft Word accessible.  Feel free to follow this accessible class syllabus example.

  • PDF Accessibility 
    PDF-Accessibility.docx
    Make content in Adobe PDF accessible.  You will be shown how to best convert Word documents to PDF. *Note: Though PDF files can be made accessible, it is best to post a Word document version of the file alongside the PDF whenever possible.  A Word document is more usable and reliable than a PDF document when read by a screen reader.

  • PowerPoint Accessibility 
    Powerpoint-Accessibility.docx
    Make content in Microsoft PowerPoint accessible.

Sign Language & Real-Time Captioning Request


Accessible USC Events Guidelines



Website Accessibility Links

Authoring Tools | Content and Structure | Flash | Forms | Frames | Images | JavaScript | Keyboard Accessibility | Presentation and Styles | Tables | Video Captioning

Authoring Tools


Content and Structure


Flash


Forms


Frames


Images


JavaScript


Keyboard Accessibility


Presentation and Styles


Tables


Video Captioning


Additional Accessibility Information