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Simple tips to make your Powerpoint more accessible

You may have heard that PowerPoint Presentations aren’t accessible to students with a disability. While this may be true for some presentations, there are many things you can do that will not only improve the accessibility of your PowerPoint but also make it more engaging. Here a few things to keep in mind for your next PowerPoint presentation….

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Designing for Digital Diversity

Introducing Universal Design for Learning and Teaching (UD4LT)

Imagine you are a student from a country whose first language is not English who has just secured a place in an undergraduate course at Macquarie University. You’ve struggled hard to get here, passing the required IELTS test to prove your proficiency in English, and providing evidence of the academic skills required to study at tertiary level. At your first lecture you sit confidently in the second row of the auditorium waiting to absorb the knowledge offered by your chosen course.

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