Working with Google Docs
Google Drive is great for sharing documents and media, but is missing key accessibility functionality. Avoid using Google Docs when Docs with tables and images are especially difficult for users of assistive technologies and co-editing is also a challenge. Whenever possible, offer students a choice of word document applications to use.
Quick Access Guide
Here is a guide when working with Google Docs.
Check the following elements
For each item that you have in your document, click on the accessibility guideline(s) that corresponds to it in order to learn how to make the element accessible.
- Images and Graphics (including Graphs, Maps & Shapes)
- Flashing/Blinking Content
- Math and Science