These guides were developed in 2017 and in 2020 with the aim to support inclusive learning and teaching environments. The idea is to enhance the accessibility and ease of use of learning materials with or without the need for assistive technologies. However, please check software versions to make sure the guide applies to the packages you are using.
For example, the Accessibility Options control panel in Windows provides keyboard, mouse and screen options for people who have difficulty typing or seeing the screen and Mac operating systems offer VoiceOver for screen reading, Zoom magnification and keyboard alternatives as part of its Apple built in accessibility options. Linux Foundation has Open Accessibility (A11y) Group.
- Accessible Blogs
- Adobe PDF Easy Reading
- Audio / Podcasts
- Communicating in Forums
- EPUB for digital books
- Making PDF’s Accessible
- Making scientific content accessible
- Making Word Processing Documents Accessible
- Making Your Presentations Accessible
- Social Networking / Media
- Videos / Webinars
- Wikis and Online Collaborative Writing