Accessible Documents


These trainings are also included in the Documents and Multimedia section of this web site.  For your convenience, these trainings are listed here.


Microsoft Word Accessibility

Guides, Tutorials, Tools, Resources, and Best Practices


Download this document to use for developing face-to-face training at your campus.  It can also be used as a handout or reference.   Created by:  San Jose State University, Member of the ATI Professional Development Workgroup, March 2009.

The video tutorials presented here were created by CSU campuses.  If you have questions about them, please consult with the author. 

Resources were created by CSU campuses.  If you have comments to make about any resources on this web site, please contact the Accessible Technology Initiative.


Microsoft PowerPoint Accessibility

Guides, Tutorials, Tools, Resources, and Best Practices


Download this document to use for developing face-to-face training at your campus. It can also be used as a handout or reference.
Created by: San Francisco State University, Member of the ATI Professional Development Workgroup, March 2009.

The video tutorials presented here were created by CSU campuses. If you have questions about them, please consult with the author.

The resources presented here are not recommended by the ATI but provided for you to use at your own discreation. If you have comments to make about any resources on this web site, please contact the Accessible Technology Initiative.


Adobe PDF Accessibility

Guides, Tutorials, Tools, Resources, and Best Practices


This document was developed by Sacramento State members of the ATI Professional Development Workgroup.  It is a comprehensive training guideline to be used in developing face-to-face training at your campus.  It can also be used as a handout or reference for your training needs.  March 2009.

The video tutorials presented here were created from the ATI training series, "Meet The Experts".  The webinar can be viewed in full or in segements. CC.

CSU campuses have created an abundance of training materials that are provided here as a resource and can be used at your own descretion.   If you have comments or recommendations to make about any of these resources, please contact the Accessible Technology Initiative.