There are many elements and strategies to consider when creating an accessible syllabus. This example, although not perfect, offers some strategies to consider throughout your syllabus design.
Grade Sheet Examples:
This document is an example of a non-accessible grade sheet, as it relies on user made headings, bullets, and tabs.
The document below demonstrates a properly formatted accessible document that separates material into boxes and uses built-in Headings to signal screen readers.
The following document is an example of a non-accessible assignment sheet, as the fonts are hand changed (rather than using the Heading option), the colors are not contrasted properly, and the dashes are hand inserted (instead of done using colons or bullets).
This document shows how to make the same assignment sheet accessible through using the Heading feature, color contrast, and bulleted lists.