These step by step guides will help everyone meet the requirements of the new accessibility regulations. Guidance covers accessibility features of various tools available to us all and simple techniques we can use to ensure resources are accessible as possible.
The complete set of accessibility help guides are as follows:
Guidance on developing accessible documentation.
- How to make your PowerPoints accessible
- Making Word Documents Accessible and using the Accessibility Checker
- How to make your PDFs accessible
- Using Adobe Acrobat PDF Text to Speech
Guidance on creating accessible video and what should be included in video transcripts and captions.
- Making Video and Audio Accessible
- Video Captions and Transcripts.
- Making Images Accessible
- Visual Data Diagrams and Charts
Guidance on editing captions and transcripts now a requirement for published lecture recordings.
LTE is here to support you with a range of services. The LTE Team is fully committed to doing everything we can to support colleagues with transitioning their teaching and learning. We aim to support staff by offering online drop-ins for one-to-one or small group bookings for tailored support and guidance. We can develop your expertise and understanding relating to assessment and feedback, learning spaces and active learning. There is a wide spectrum of digital tools and solutions we can support you with to facilitate the design and delivery of modules and courses. In addition, we can offer guidance with learning activities, digital communication, collaboration initiatives, practical work and digital solutions for assessments.
We offer 30-minute bookable slots with a Principal Lecturer, Digital Learning Developer or Online Learning Designer. For more information on Online Digital Learning Drop-In Sessions, please visit: https://blogs.tees.ac.uk/lteonline/2020/03/20/online-digital-learning-drop-in/