At its core, open pedagogy promotes accessibility, usability, and inclusion. When you are adapting materials for your courses, it is very important to keep accessibility of those materials in mind and there are many tools built into MS Word, Powerpoint, and Google Docs that can help you make your materials more accessible.
*From the Wright State University Office of Disability Services and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Use their Accessibility for Online Course Content guide to get started.
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The Alt Text pane opens. Type a detailed description of the image to someone who cannot see the image, and describe why the image is important to your message.
Microsoft has an excellent guide to making Powerpoints accessible.