Check out two new WFU blog posts that relate to technology accessibility! One post is a part of the Instructional Technology Group (ITG) blog and one is part of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT) blog.

  • Robert Vidrine, who is part of the ITG and an Accessible Content Working Group member, has written the post A Simple Path to Better Document Accessibility, guiding digital document creators on steps to make their documents more accessible through good heading use.
  • Published on the CAT blog, Leveraging Text-to-Speech and Screen Reading Tools shares how text-to-speech functionality and tools can enhance digital learning, offers some tips to improve support for text-to-speech, and lists a few tools to explore. The post was co-authored by Anita McCauley in the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Amy Archambault in the Office of Online Education, and Jonathan Milam and Eudora Struble in Technology Accessibility in Information Systems. Amy, Jonathan, and Eudora are all members of the Accessible Content Working Group.