Three required online modules for ISU Extension and Outreach professionals using the MyData system. All modules must be completed before a user license is issued. 

To provide participants:

  • A general overview of intellectual property
  • The basic concepts and principles of copyright, including fair use
  • Information on copyright risks and best practices

Are you ready to: 

  • begin making a difference with digital accessibility?
  • reach more individuals with your content?
  • support equity and inclusion in your organization?
  • maintain civil rights compliance?
  • become more marketable?

Learn how to produce accessible digital documents in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC with this step-by-step course.

This course covers the process of remediating a PDF in Acrobat Pro DC which is often the final step in producing a fully accessible PDF export from other softwares like Adobe InDesign or Microsoft Word. Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2018 or newer is recommended. Instructions for both Windows and Mac users are included. A basic understanding of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC will be necessary to complete this course.

This course is one of three that teaches how to produce accessible digital documents. A course on Adobe InDesign and a course on Microsoft Office are also available.

If you do not have an ISU net-id, please access this course by first visiting the Extension Store.

Participants will receive a certificate upon completion.

Are you ready to:

  • begin making a difference with digital accessibility?
  • reach more individuals with your content?
  • support equity and inclusion in your organization?
  • maintain civil rights compliance?
  • become more marketable?

Learn how to produce accessible digital documents in Adobe InDesign with this step-by-step course.

While this course prepares Adobe InDesign files for the most accessible PDF export, additional accessibility work in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC will also be necessary for a fully accessible final PDF. Adobe InDesign CC 2018 or newer is recommended. Instructions for both Windows and Mac users are included. A strong understanding of Adobe InDesign and best design practices will be necessary to complete this course.

This course is one of three that teaches how to produce accessible digital documents. A course on Adobe Acrobat Pro DC and a course on Microsoft Office are also available.

If you do not have an ISU net-id, please access this course by first visiting the Extension Store.

Participants will receive a certificate upon completion.

Are you ready to:

  • begin making a difference with digital accessibility?
  • reach more individuals with your content?
  • support equity and inclusion in your organization?
  • maintain civil rights compliance?
  • become more marketable?

Learn how to produce accessible digital documents in Microsoft Office with this step-by-step course.

While this course focuses on Microsoft Word, these concepts can be carried over to all Microsoft Office products, including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook.  Instructions for both Windows and Mac users are included. Microsoft Office 2016 or Microsoft 365 (installed applications, not the online version) are recommended for Windows users. Microsoft Office 365 (installed applications, not the online version) is recommended for Mac users. A basic understanding of Microsoft Office will be necessary to complete this course.

This course is one of three that teaches how to produce accessible digital documents. A course on Adobe InDesign and a course on Adobe Acrobat Pro DC are also available. 

If you do not have an ISU net-id, please access this course by first visiting the Extension Store.

Participants will receive a certificate upon completion.