Re: Request to contribute documentation on accessibility
On 3/13/2017 7:27 AM, Sam Peck wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> We just wanted to discuss contributing documentation in the form of "how-to" guidance that helps people/instructors create accessible content from Open Office authored files for anyone/students.
> We thought it might be helpful to contribute content that would appear somewhere amongst your on-line user guidance, so Google might pick up questions being asked by anyone who might require the guidance documentation, and possibly feature the answer in search results. Much like if you searched for “save as tagged pdf using Microsoft word 2016”. This does work for the question “Saving as tagged PDF using OpenOffice”. Only, coming from an Open Office online resource, while structured better might make more an impact and trusted if sourced from an Open Office URL.
> We have a few flows that are written and edited to start from. Is this something you would be interested in see us contribute?
> Thank you,
> Sam Peck
> Ally Design and UX lead
> Blackboard Inc
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First let me apologize for this response taking so long. We always
welcome contributions to the documentation effort. As this appears to be
an inquiry from a corporate entity I have forwarded your initial posting
to our Project Management Committee. They should be contacting you directly.