Educators: Take a free course on 10 ways to make your classroom more accessible

May 18, 2017   |   Deborah Bach

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In honor of the sixth Global Accessibility Awareness Day, educators are invited to explore a new Microsoft Educator Community training course on how to create accessible documents and content by using tools such as Word, OneNote, Skype Translator and Office Lens.

The 10-module course takes about an hour to complete and is presented by Microsoft Innovative Educators who work in special education. It focuses on topics ranging from creating well-structured content in Word to making PowerPoint slides easy to navigate, and each section includes a short instructional video.

Head over to the Microsoft Education blog to take the course and print out a poster to promote accessible practices in the classroom.

Deborah Bach
Microsoft News Center Staff