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Below is a list of tools and applications that you can use to bolster and check the accessibility standards of your content, please feel free to add any resources.

NVDAScreen Reader
  • No hassle, no set up screen reader that is well supported and easy to use.
Open Source (free)Click here to Download NVDA
CCAColour Contrast Analyzer
  • Colour contrast analyzer that allows the user to check the contrast of two colours.
  • Offers colour blindness simulator
  • WCAG 2.1 compatible
  • AAA compatible
Open Source (free)Click here to Download CCA
MicrosoftOffice 365
  • Contains office suite apps which have several accessibility check options
    **Please note, to access the newest version of this software, please visit the video link in the download column**
Free for students and staffClick here to view a video on how to download the most recent version of Office.
AdobeAcrobat DC
  • Allows a user to add tags to PDF documents
  • Allows user to rearrange reading order (depending on the output of the initial app)
  • Full Accessibility report with suggestions to increase accessibility
Paid licensing with multiple plan optionsClick here to view pricing
JAWSScreen Reader
  • Top of the line, industry gold standard screen reader
Multiple options, but very expensiveClick to see JAWS pricing options
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