The California State University is committed to ensuring that all campus Information Resources and Technologies are fully accessible for persons with disabilities. This commitment reflects a goal to provide the most effective learning environment for all students--rather than simply to ensure compliance with various federal and state laws. Instructional Materials are considered to be forms of communication and must therefore be delivered in a manner that is equally effective for persons with disabilities. Communication is considered to be equally effective when it is:
Creating accessible documents, instead of retrofitting, is not as difficult as you might think. This page offers you hands-on instructions and detailed information on how to identify inaccessible elements and create accessible documents in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, and more.