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The Eppley Institute for Parks & Public Lands is offering an online certificate program aimed at helping professionals establish a strong foundation in the physical and programmatic components of accessibility compliance. During the four-unit course, participants will explore various components of disability and accessibility, access, and standards and guidelines for accessible design. Each of the
Curb Free with Corey Lee is a travel blog from the perspective of a wheelchair user. It is a great accessibility resource.
In this course, you'll learn about guidelines and techniques for each stage of an on-site customer service visit: preparation, arrival, service, wrap up, and follow up.
This article from DigitalGov addresses five common myths about social media accessibility as well as why accessible content is so important.
In this 20-minute video you'll learn specific tips, tools and tactics for making your agency's social media content more accessible for all audiences.
This video covers best practices for crisis communication via social media based on examples from government agencies, NGOs and private industry.
Hear from experts at the CDC and State Department on how best to use digital tools like social media to communicate with the public during a crisis.
In this video, you will see not only how to create a graph, but how to avoid some common pitfalls while doing it.
This video highlights the ways we need to change our thinking about what we put on our slides and how we do it.
This full-length video walks you through the basic functionality available to you in PowerPoint and demonstrates how to use each effectively.
This video demonstrates how to create a slide-master template for your presentation in order to produce more consistent slides in less time.
This series of videos demonstrates how to take a bock of text and use it to create a clear and compelling visual sequence Images and Formatting.
This 5-part video series covers how to create presentations and e-Learning that use visuals and animation to explain, support and reinforce your message.
This recorded webinar covers the importance of using plain language in social media, as well as plain language best practices, strategies and tips.
This recorded webinar provides helpful tips and tricks to ensure that the content of your agency's social media is accessible to those with disabilities.
This article from DigitalGov examines the line between user experience and accessibility and how accessibility is the foundation of a good user experience.
This fact sheet provides considerations for making transportation systems accessible for persons with disabilities as well as offering additional links.
The Federal Social Media Accessibility Toolkit provides best practices and tips on ensuring that all social media content is accessible to everyone.
This article uses examples from children's picture books to show good use of visuals to tell a story, support a message and foster audience engagement.
Learn five best practices for creating presentations that are visually interesting, easy to read, compelling and accessible for the widest audience.
This short video gives an overview of why so many PowerPoint presentations fail and how to design your slides so they support and reinforce your message.
These two videos cover using visualizations in slide presentations to better communicate information and capture and hold your audience's attention.
This video discusses different communication mediums and how to choose the best method to send your message to ensure you are heard and understood.
This article from DigitalGov describes the difference between user experience and customer experience and how they affect each other and overall success.
Tips to help you create better visual elements in your presentations - PowerPoint and otherwise.