S.C.U.L.P.T. Accessibility Guidance
For general guidance when working with text images and tables visit the S.C.U.L.P.T Accessibility Guidance Page
Videos on LinkedIn Learning
Use the videos and guidance in the Creating accessible documents learning path on LinkedIn Learning* to find out why it is important to make digital documents accessible to all, as well as instructions on how to do it.
You can also search for other accessibility topics by searching for accessibility on www.brighton.ac.uk/LinkedInLearning (requires UoB log in)
*If the link above does not work, you may need to sign in first via www.brighton.ac.uk/linkedinlearning and then click on the link to the learning path again.
From University of Brighton:
- Microsoft’s Make your Word documents accessible to people with disabilities
- Working with Long Documents Quick Reference card (Windows PC) – reminder of how to apply heading styles
- [PDF Format] Digital accessibility quick checklist (originally for academic staff) | [Word Format .docx]
- Workshop handout (printable)
- Workshop exercise files
- Blackboard Ally – Quick-start
- Blackboard Ally – Orientation
- Blackboard Ally – Scenarios, using the Instructor Feedback Panel
- Blackboard Ally – Creating Accessible materials
From external organisations:
- Microsoft’s Make your Excel documents accessible to people with disabilities
- Microsoft’s Make your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities
- Digital accessibility guidance poster
- Six tips for teaching staff by Jisc accessibility and inclusion
- Creating Accessible Content factsheet from AbilityNet
Creating accessible documents Workshop
Information Services offers workshops on Creating Accessible Documents.
Would benefit: All academic and support staff who make electronic documents (including Word documents and PDFs) that are stored on websites, including My Studies, SharePoint staffcentral, SharePoint Online, SharePoint My Department and any other online locations.
Preqrequisites: You should be familiar with using Microsoft Office applications
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, including how to organise a session for your team.