As we return to Swarthmore to teach and learn, Accessibility@Swarthmore has released a new KB article titled the “‘Fast Five’ Essentials to Preparing Materials.” When I present, I often speak about web-based materials and word processing documents with the same … Continue reading “Fast Five” essentials to preparing materials
As noted in the previous post — How to allow extra time on exams, quizzes, and assignments in Moodle (Moodle Accessibility – Part 1) — built-in tools in Moodle are already accessible. Similarly, this is true of the tools within … Continue reading Reach all users with Atto text editor in Moodle [Moodle accessibility, part 2]
Reach more people by creating accessible tables in Microsoft programs. Your documents can be read aloud by screen readers and be easier to view for folks with sight. Building accessible tables in Microsoft programs requires utilizing their tools properly. Microsoft … Continue reading Accessible tables in Microsoft programs
Information Technology Services staff are in the office throughout the regular work day at Swarthmore and usually a bit beyond. And we love to talk with and help out members of the community with technology related questions. However you can … Continue reading Getting help when YOU need it!
If you create and promote events on campus, you may be aware that there has not been a centralized way to create event registration since our … Continue reading Event Registration with Qualtrics
The project proposal submission deadline is fast approaching! The Libraries and ITS invite all current employees (including faculty, instructional staff, and staff) to submit proposals for Swarthmore Projects for Educational Exploration and Development (SPEED) support. SPEED awards primarily consist of … Continue reading SPEED 2019 Project Proposal Deadline – April 15th