Accessible Documents

There are many forms of documents which are used during a learning session. These may include; Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft PowerPoint documents and PDF documents.  All three types of documents can be used electronically, either during presentations or by offering students electronic versions of the documents to store and review.  They can also be used in print format - as handouts during a session, for example. These documents may also include equations, charts, graphs, infographics, and tables which need to be accessible for all.

MS Office 2016 (Windows and Mac)

The Microsoft Office 2016 release for both Windows and Mac closely resemble each other. The accessibility features of each are identical for the most part. The Mac version now includes an 'Accessibility Checker' which was not included in previous versions.

The Accessibility Hub has developed a series of guides and supporting information to assist the Queen's community develop accessible material and comply with AODA Regulations: