Now that you are more familiar with using Grackle Docs to check your Google Docs for accessibility, here are some tips to keep in mind when deciphering what the results mean. Red X: This means you should correct it. These are criteria that must be remedied according to standard accessibility guidelines. Document title Most likely… Continue Reading Tips for Grackle Docs Results
Author Archive | Sherry Trier
For my last article I thought I would take the time to let you all know about some new tools available to everyone to use with their Chrome browser, through Windows, Mac, Chromebooks, or phones. One set of tools is called Read&Write. Read&Write is now available to you on your Chrome browser. If you do… Continue Reading Look What’s New!
Since we’ve been talking about document structure and creating good materials, I want to introduce you to Grackle. No, not the bird. Grackle is a tool available to you for use with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Grackle is an accessibility checker that will help you address common accessibility format issues in your materials created… Continue Reading Isn’t Grackle a Bird?
In my last article I talked about trying to find an office in a 3-story building with no directory. Today you enter the building and it has a directory, but you are still lost. You see the directory, but it goes something like this: Floor 1 – Office 1, Office 2, Office 3, etc.; Floor… Continue Reading Click Here?
You are someplace new, looking for an office in a 3-story building. You walk in and find there is no directory or any kind of information to help you find what you are looking for. Your only choice is to now walk the halls of every floor until you find where you need to go.… Continue Reading Reading with Blinders on