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PowerPoint Accessibility for Students with Disabilities in Online Distance Education
Curtis D. Edmonds Georgia Institute of Technology Southeast Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center
PowerPoint Accessibility There are several options available to faculty members to provide PowerPoint content in online distance learning courses.
PowerPoint Accessibility First, faculty members can simply place a PowerPoint file online for students to download.
PowerPoint Accessibility Students can download the free PowerPoint viewer from Microsoft. Students can view the file using a PowerPoint plug-in in their Internet browser.
PowerPoint Accessibility However, students with visual impairments may have difficulty accessing presentations offered in this way.