What is Accessibility? Accessible means something is usable by as many people as possible, regardless of their cognitive, physical or cultural situation. Accessibility can mean many different things to different people, as the students in these videos explain.
Share this page What do we mean? Alternative Formats – content accessible in a different format from the original. Examples are audio, large print, Braille files. Assistive Technology – specialist IT equipment and software to help increase productivity and improve
Thursday 20th May 2021 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) See the resources below and take some time during the day to listen, think, share, learn or do something to support digital access and inclusion Why? We have
What do we mean? Teaching capture – All forms of content recorded digitally for learning and teaching purposes. Lecture capture – Recorded content using cameras in teaching spaces stored on the Re:View platform. Disability Access Plan (DAP) – Identifies recommended
What is it? Blackboard Ally is a tool which integrates with Moodle to help you make your Moodle course, and content (e.g. PowerPoints) inclusive and accessible. It can enhance the experience on Moodle for both teachers and students. For staff,