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Power Points for All Learners: Making Accessible Power Point Presentations
Unformatted Document Text:  RESOURCES Banks, Richard, Elizabeth Coombs, and Norman Coombs. 2005. Accessible PowerPoint on the web: Tools that can help. Center On Disabilities Technology and Persons With Disabilities Conference 2005. http://www.csun.edu/cod/conf/2005/proceedings/2402.htm. Burks, Michael and Cynthia Waddell. 2007. Accessible version of PowerPoint presentation. Seminar for a Web Without Barriers for People With Disabilities: eGovernment for everyone. Internet Society Disability and Special Needs Chapter. Buenos Aires, Argentina. http://www.isoc.org/ar/projectos/Cynthia.doc. Darling, Katie. 2002. Making training accessible: Universal Instructional Design. University of Tennessee. Center on Disability and Employment. http://www.cde.tennessee.edu/products/uid.pdf. Embry, Priscilla B., David R. Parker, Joan M. McGuire and Sally S. Scott. 2003. Postsecondary disability service providers' perceptions about implementing universal design for instruction. Journal of Post Secondary Education and Disability 18 (1) 34-48. Gugerty, John. 2006. Making PowerPoint presentations accessible. AHEAD 2006 Conference, San Diego, CA. Hofer, Mark, Robb Ponton, and Kathleen Swan. 2006. Reinventing PowerPoint: A new look at an old tool. Social Studies Research and Practice. 1(3): 457-464.

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RESOURCES
Banks, Richard, Elizabeth Coombs, and Norman Coombs. 2005. Accessible PowerPoint
on the web: Tools that can help. Center On Disabilities Technology and Persons
With Disabilities Conference 2005. http://www.csun.edu/cod/conf/
2005/proceedings/2402.htm.
Burks, Michael and Cynthia Waddell. 2007. Accessible version of PowerPoint
presentation. Seminar for a Web Without Barriers for People With Disabilities:
eGovernment for everyone. Internet Society Disability and Special Needs Chapter.
Buenos Aires, Argentina. http://www.isoc.org/ar/projectos/Cynthia.doc.
Darling, Katie. 2002. Making training accessible: Universal Instructional Design.
University of Tennessee. Center on Disability and Employment.
http://www.cde.tennessee.edu/products/uid.pdf.
Embry, Priscilla B., David R. Parker, Joan M. McGuire and Sally S. Scott. 2003.
Postsecondary disability service providers' perceptions about implementing
universal design for instruction. Journal of Post Secondary Education and Disability
18 (1) 34-48.
Gugerty, John. 2006. Making PowerPoint presentations accessible. AHEAD 2006
Conference, San Diego, CA.
Hofer, Mark, Robb Ponton, and Kathleen Swan. 2006. Reinventing PowerPoint: A new
look at an old tool. Social Studies Research and Practice. 1(3): 457-464.


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