Add a written description of images to make your presentation accessible to those who are blind and rely on a screen reader. For a photo, artwork, or a poster, describe the image. Guidelines for writing good alternative (ALT) text recommend no more than 125 characters. However, if you are describing a poster, include all of the poster text in the description box.

Also, you may want to write a brief article to go along with an image and include a list of references.

This is an image of a gray tree frog on the railing of my deck. It is lime green and gray and can change to camouflage itself. In the photo, it is sitting on a yellow leaf.

There are two species of gray tree frogs…  This could be a short article about gray tree frogs with a list of references.

References

Lyman, D. (2020, Jan 26). Cold comfort: To survive winter, animals cope in surprising ways. Boston Globe Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.lcc.idm.oclc.org/docview/2344606617?accountid=1599

Mueller, L. (n.d.). Hyla versicolor (Gray Treefrog). Retrieved October 06, 2020, from https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Hyla_versicolor/

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Author: Suzanne Bernsten