Provide a descriptive file name and title
When accessing a document, the first piece of information people will encounter is the file name. A unique, descriptive file name will help people understand the general topic and contents of a document. One example of a descriptive file name is as follows:
That example file name indicates the specific context of the document (course code and name), type of document (syllabus), relevant date for the document (semester and year), and owner of the document (instructor name).
A good guideline for file names is to include similar information as you might include when writing the title of the document at the top of the first page. However, when writing the document title at the top of the first page, you should, of course, use correct punctuation and not use underscores.
The first page's title is the first thing that assistive technology programs will read out to an individual who opens the document, which is why it is important that the title also be descriptive.