Home » Teach Online » What Is Online Accessibility? » Webcourses@UCF Page Formatting Guidelines » Creating Accessible headings in Webcourses@UCF Creating Accessible headings in Webcourses@UCF Why Use Headings? Headings add hierarchical structure and organization to your document. Headings (rather than bolding or enlarging text) make it easier for individuals using a screen reader to navigate a document and are an essential element in creating accessible online materials. Using Headings in Webcourses@UCF Take the following steps to add Headings to a Page in Webcourses@UCF using the Rich Content Editor. Access your course and click on Pages. Click on View All Pages and select the one you’d like to edit. Click Edit. In the Rich Content Editor, click the Paragraph and Header Styles dropdown menu. Type your Header text. Click Save to save the changes you’ve made to the page.