Is Your E-Book Accessible? A Guide on How to Reach an Extra 3.8 Million Canadians

Reach millions of more Canadians by applying these tips. Share this easy to read guide on making accessible PDF documents.

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Screenshot of a certificate of completion for Document Accessibility Training by Marta

Calls-to-action: “Sign up with us to receive a free e-book on..blah blah” Would you be interested to learn how to get those few extra downloads? Make it accessible. In 2012, 3.8 million Canadians reported having a disability (Statistics Canada), I’m sure one or two of those 3.8 million would download your e-book if it was accessible. If it was possible to get a few extra downloads just by applying some easy tips wouldn’t you do it?

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First blog post – It Began at UTM

How I got in to Digital Marketing, PR and Communications.

 

UTM – University of Toronto Mississauga

It began here. Somewhere around that building.

Lets back track a little bit. Lets go back to June 2015. My graduation ceremony at York University. I received a neat little degree, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, previously worked on campus in our student union Access Centre where students with disabilities can use the space as quiet time, check out our software which included Kurzweil, Dragon and Zoomtext and learn more about academic accommodation. So I walked away with a degree and experience in Accessibility. So I set my goals on working to implement AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) in Ontario.

Unfortunately. After four months of searching and applying I remained unemployed. Believe me. I applied everywhere.

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