Acrobat PDF files – Are Yours Accessible? Learn more…

Since we’ve set up some high-speed document scanners in the TLP Faculty lab and started using optical-character recognition (OCR) software, we’ve seen a huge increase in the quantity and quality of scanned, accessible Acrobat documents which are being uploaded to Blackboard Vista courses. But many faculty are still using PDF files which lack even the basic level of accessibility, simply because they were created long ago or gleaned from sources which aren’t aware of modern PDF document practices.

Find out more about accessible PDF files at this free public webinar hosted by EASI, Equal Access to Software and Information:

Title: Improving Accessibilty of Troublesome PDF Files
Date/Time: September 24, 2008 at 11 AM Pacific
Information link | Registration link

Remember that the TLP staff offer help for faculty scanning or converting documents to accessible PDF!

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