Check the formatting of lists on webpages and documents to ensure they’re accessible by screen readers.
Meaningful link text is an important part of ensuring that your department’s webpages and documents are accessible.
Email signatures are a great way to quickly add your contact information and other important details to an Outlook message.
Regularly backing up your files and documents to OneDrive ensures your work is saved in the event of data loss or hardware failure.
For adaptive technology users, header tags are vital for giving a sense of the main topics of the page and enabling easier navigation.
Alternative text (alt text) is necessary for conveying information about images to screen readers and digital accessibility tools.
One aspect of an accessible website is using high color contrast. Web pages with low color contrast can cause people to miss important information. Here’s how to implement high color contrast on your department’s web pages.
Ensure your department is in line with accessibility standards by testing your website’s documents.
In an instance where a Zoom meeting link does not work, or you are unable to log in to your Zoom account, you can join a meeting by inputting the meeting ID.
If you or someone on your team works in a different time zone, it can be helpful to have that time displayed in your Calendar. The newest version of Microsoft 365 allows up to three time zones to be displayed in the Outlook Calendar.