It is great to have you in this self-paced course for online instructors. Together, we will work to make our web classes more accessible for all students at Long Beach City College.
This tutorial will train you to create accessible Microsoft Word documents for an online course. Common Word documents for online instructors include:
- Course syllabus
- Research paper/Essay prompts
- Study guides
- Laboratory activities
This self-paced tutorial is approved for 2 hours of Flex Credit. It is not actively monitored by a course facilitator. To finish the tutorial, all module requirements must be viewed to be considered "Complete."
Ready to begin the tutorial? Let's get started here: Welcome!
Skills and Learning Outcomes
The following list summarizes the main topics this tutorial. Each item is a link to that particular topic, however we recommend that participants move through the modules in sequential order.
- L-I-S-T (Links, Images, Structure, & Tables)
- Color & Check Accessibility Tool
- Take the Final Activity (L-I-S-T)
- Advanced Topics
- Exporting to Other Formats
Need help? Contact your course facilitator, Michael Scott Robertson, Online Education Faculty Coordinator, OLET & Associate Professor of Anthropology: email@example.com
LBCC Disabled Students Programs and Services (Links to an external site.) offers Accessibility tips and tools. See (Links to an external site.)
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
To add some comments, click the "Edit" link at the top.