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Accessibility

10 Steps to More Accessible Presentations

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NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (DDPC)

Description

Designing accessible slideshows is easy, because often it’s what you leave out that makes your presentation more accessible. This presentation looks at 10 basic rules which will help you design better presentation.

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AccessibilityTraining and Technical AssistanceVision Impairment/Blindness

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accessibilitycomputer
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