Cutting through the clutter: how to create more accessible content

Accessibility is more than just alt text and choosing contrasting colors for your content, it’s how text is written and organized. Readability makes content more accessible to all audiences. The New York Times articles have a 10th-grade reading level, so why do higher education institutions so often aim to write content that’s confusing and convoluted? Learn best practices for readability and accessibility and practice creating content that your audience can actually understand in this fun and interactive presentation.


  • Sean Barnhill — Missouri State University College of Business
  • Sofia Perez — Missouri State University-Springfield

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