This morning I received an email from a reader who wanted to know if I had any resources about user accessibility of Google Apps. I couldn’t think of a better resource to share than Google’s own guides to Google Apps accessibility.
Google offers two Google Apps accessibility guides. There is a guide for administrators and a guide for users.
The Google Apps user guide to accessibility is designed for end users. The user guide is divided into sixteen sections. In the first section you will find recommendations for the best screen readers to use while using Google Apps on Mac, Windows, and Chrome OS computers. The other sections of the guide are devoted to specific products within the Google Apps suite including Google Classroom. Each section contains information on accessibility shortcuts, screen reader instructions for each app, and in some sections you will find how to videos like this one for using a screen reader with Google Docs.
The Google Apps administrator guide to accessibility covers much of what you will find in the user guide, but also includes recommended settings to apply within your Google Apps admin console.