Durham Tech is committed to providing a usable, functional website experience that is usable and accessible by everyone, regardless of age, ability, or situation, and contains no barriers for users with disabilities.
As part of this pledge to accessibility, users should expect to find the following features on each web page throughout the site:
Skip navigation links
Tabbable navigation menu
Adaptive/responsive page design
Appropriate usage of alternative text
Acceptable contrast ratios
Please contact us if you cannot access information on this website: email Web support or phone 919-536-7200, ext. 5203.
If you have a disability and need assistance, contact a disability services staff member: email Disability Services or phone 919-536-7200, ext. 7208 or review the Disability Services section of the website.
Plug-ins, Applets, and File Viewers
All plug-ins, applets, file viewers, or other applications required by Durham Tech web pages that are not included on a specific page are available as links on this page. These links are to outside sources and Durham Tech does not endorse any of these products; they are listed below for the convenience of our website visitors. Please address questions about the particular plug-in or file viewer to the respective vendor.
Use Adobe Acrobat to read Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Download Adobe Reader
Microsoft offers Word file viewer and converter programs to enable those who do not have Microsoft Word or have another version of Microsoft Word to open and view Microsoft Word files. Download Word file viewer
Microsoft offers PowerPoint file viewer and converter programs to enable those who do not have Microsoft PowerPoint or have another version of Microsoft PowerPoint to view Microsoft PowerPoint files. Download PowerPoint file viewer
Google Forms are made accessible to screen readers if a person using a screen reader turns on Google’s screen reader support. However, the form itself may have issues as describe by WebAim’s Google Forms issues. To turn on screen reader support for Google Forms, press Control + Alt + z (on Windows) or ⌘ + Option + z (on Mac) in your form. Unless you turn off this setting, screen reader support stays on whenever you use Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, or Drawings on the web. The Google support page has more information on how to edit a form with a screen reader.