Web and Content Accessibility

Closed Captioning

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A new vendor, cielo24, has been contracted to provide video closed captioning services for Purdue. To meet universal access standards video materials must be captioned. Captioning by cielo24 is searchable, their turnaround is fast, and their prices are competitive.For more information about captioning services, contact ITaP at tlt@purdue.edu.

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Assistive Technology Center (ATC)

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The Assistive Technology Center (ATC) promotes an accessible information technology infrastructure at Purdue that is usable by all students, faculty, and staff regardless of disability status.

The ATC does this by providing:

  • A means of access to information technology for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities at Purdue
  • Consultation and training to those who teach students with disabilities at Purdue
  • Consultation and training to those who support access to information technology for people with disabilities

For more information regarding the ATC please visit their webpage.

Creating Accessible Word Documents

The following are a series of videos to assist you in creating accessible word documents created by Dean Brusnighan, an Assistive Technology Specialist at Purdue University.

Introduction

Headings

Lists

Images

Links

Tables

Accessibility Checker

Saving as Accessible PDF

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