Introduction to PDF Accessibility Tutorials
THIS TRAINING IS ORGANIZED BY THE MENU TO THE LEFT. We recommend that you follow the modules sequentially, although they can be used independently of each other.
This series includes illustrations, written instructions and video tutorials given by our PDF Accessibility Expert and Online Academic Technology Consultant from Sacramento State, Monica Range.
We recommend printing the PDF Training Guidelines (.pdf, 3 MB) and use them to follow along with the online training.
We hope you enjoy your training experience. Thank you for taking the time to make PDF files that everyone can use.
Introduction to Video Tutorials (2:12)
Credits and Support
- This training has been funded in part by the EnACT (Ensuring Access through Collaboration and Technology) grant. EnACT is supported through funding from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Students with Disabilities, as a Demonstration Project (#P333A050066) to Ensure Students With Disabilities Receive a Quality Higher Education.
Emiliano Ayala, Ph.D., Project Director
Brett Christie, Ph.D., Projector Coordinator
Janet Hardcastle, Administrative Specialist
Scott Severenson, Ph.D., Research Associate
- This training was written and developed by Sacramento State Online Learning professionals, Monica Range and Cryssel Vera. It was produced by Jean Wells, ATI at the CSU with technical crew Ivan Vajar, Ken Young, and Jennifer Wicks.
- Since March 2008 several very dedicated CSU staff have participated in the Work Group that has developed the goals for Professional Development in Accessibility web site. They have provided guidance and resources for this web site and this training. Please take time to find out who are behind this great project by visiting http://teachingcommons.cdl.edu/access/council/index.html.
If you have difficulty accessing any material on this site or need an alternate format, or you just have questions and want to give feedback, contact the Accessible Technology Initiative.