2017 Accessible Learning Conference

Accessibility for Google Drive:
A Closer Look at Add-ons

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Who: Dr. Julia VanderMolen, CHES, Google Educator I and II
Assistant Professor-Public Health, Grand Valley State University
When: December 2017
Where: East Lansing, MI.

Presentation




Abstract

Google Drive on the web lets you store, access, and edit your files anywhere on the web, on your hard drive, or on the go. So, are you taking full advantage of all that Google Drive has to offer? Whether you are using Google extensively or just on an occasion, this session will provide you with information and resources to support accessibility. Learn about some of the built-in features and Add-ons that can be used as assistive technology supports for reading, writing, math, organization and so much more.


Session Objectives

  • Participants will learn about ADA and Section 508 Compliance.
  • Participants will learn about various Google Apps for accessibility.
  • Participant will evaluate and learn how to implement various accessible Google tool for learning.

Session Handouts:

Presentation Handout (Adobe pdf)
Tools to Consider Handout (Adobe pdf)


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