Communicate Your Research Productively and Accessibly: Stylesheets, Shortcuts, and Other Features of Microsoft Word (for Windows)

Start Time: Thursday, December 8, 2:00pm

End Time: Thursday, December 8, 3:00pm

Online: Link emailed to participants

Communicating your research effectively, whether in a dissertation, conference paper, or journal article, can be helped by leveraging some esoteric features built into word processors. This session will give an overview of some of these features. You’ll be taught how to use templates and stylesheet features of Microsoft Word (Windows), whether of your own creation or provided by a journal publisher. You’ll also learn access keys to operate Word at blazing speeds and how to structure your documents to be more accessible. This will both improve your productivity and ability to create more accessible documents. (These skills will be helpful for teaching too.)

Accessibility Features

Zoom meeting will have automated captions

Zoom has dial in option 

Presenter can describe interface for screen reader users (please contact me in advance)

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The Library expects attendees with various disabilities to be part of our library events. Accessibility information about this event is in the section with the heading 'Accessibility Features'. If there is there more we can do to remove any obstacles please email libaccessibility@wlu.ca or use this accessibility form.

 
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