What comes to mind when you hear ‘accessibility’?
For many people accessibility is associated with supporting students with special needs. However, accessibility is important for all students, as it provides a better browsing experience, especially on mobiles and tablets, which are rapidly gaining in popularity.
This post will give you 5 high-impact practical steps to improve the accessibility of your unit. Continue reading 5 tips to improve the accessibility of your iLearn unit.
Michael Grant’s work in inclusive design and accessibility has connected him with many different areas of the university. This year one of those collaborations landed Michael on the shortlist for a Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Award for Professional Staff…
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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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