Grackle speeds and simplifies the creation of accessible documents by giving disability and assistive technology services staff a powerful remediation solution that works right in Google’s Applications.
Faculty and students can create accessible documents with a click-and-fix guided remediation tool. Grackle helps users learn about accessibility standards and can be run repeatedly as documents evolve.
When document creators have simple remediation tools, they use them. That means more accessible documents on campus and in the classroom.
They work in a wide variety of roles like those below, among others.
Do these sound familiar?
|Rural public school Special Ed. teacher of students with visual impairments (TSVI)||An urgent need to help some blind students, but you’re on your own to find a solution and funding is almost impossible to get, so price is a big factor in your decision|
|Group of university Faculty accessibility advocates||With a vision of what could be possible to make G Suite Docs, Sheets and Slides course output accessible|
|College Online Learning Course Designers||Who must remediate curriculum to make it accessible, while teaching faculty to do it themselves at the point of creation not remediation, but the current workflow with MS Word is too inefficient|
|Public school Digital Learning Coach||Implementing G Suite-enabled pedagogical methods & apps across the district which has implemented Google Applications for Education (GAFE)|
|College Learning Management System (LMS) Coordinator||Seeking ways to quickly make G Suite content from Google Docs stored in the LMS accessible|
|Assistive Technology Manager at a state university||Looking to find inexpensive, effective and easy-to-use tools to help her students with unique needs|
|A single Webmaster at a large urban public school district||Charged with remediating G Suite documents in hundreds of websites for legal compliance with an OCR accessibility complaint ruling|
|Proactive campus Accessibility Committee||Looking for best practices system-wide|
|University Vice Chancellor or K-12 School Board Superintendent||Responsible for an entire division’s or district’s G Suite accessibility legal compliance|
|Progressive community college Academic Chairperson||Seeking cost-effective ways for faculty who use Google Docs and Slides to update existing curriculum with accessible content and ensure new materials are created with accessibility designed-in|
|University Information Systems Manager||With limited budget, responsible for ensuring only secure, standards-compliant accessibility Add-ons are purchased for G Suite|
|Small charter school Communications & Marketing Group||With a mandate to make public-facing documents on the website accessible, but limited staff to do so and an strict OCR compliance deadline approaching|