Digital Accessibility

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.

Accessibility Tools

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

Running accessible presentations

Share this page  What do we mean? LOIL – Live Online Interactive Learning, an important part of the Bath Blend. Assistive Technology – specialist IT equipment and software to help ​increase productivity and improve access to technology. D/HOH – Deaf

Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021

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

Digital Teaching Capture guidance

 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

Bath Blend Essentials Live Online Learning Tips

Share this page  What do we mean? LOIL – Live Online Interactive Learning an important part of the Bath Blend.  Further information More guidance about Live Online Interactive Learning Facilitating Engaging and Effective Online Discussions Facilitating your online session Activate

Online etiquette

Student undertaking an online assessment.

Top ten tips for encouraging good online etiquette with your students and supporting the needs of all learners across the cohort.