SLAR has just launched Ally – a unique way of improving the accessibility of your online teaching materials. Integrating seamlessly with Blackboard, it: supports the University in meeting its responsibilities under the new accessibility requirements for public sector websites; and
Earlier this year, educators needed to rapidly adapt to remote learning as lockdown forced institutions online and required tutors to replace their normal face-to-face teaching model. Effective online learning and teaching require advance planning, flexibility, accessibility, and engagement from all
These step by step guides will help everyone meet the requirements of the new accessibility regulations with comprehensive advice. Guidance covers accessibility features of various tools available to us all and simple techniques we can use to ensure resources are accessible as possible.
We now have a comprehensive set of accessibility guidelines to help you meet accessibility requirements. Today we introduce new guidance on creating accessible visual data. These step by step guides will help everyone meet the requirements of the new accessibility
The following guides give practice advice on how to enable and edit captions with University video platforms. Captions in ReView (Panopto) Captions in Microsoft Teams Live Captions in Blackboard Collaborate Previously we shared guidance on creating accessible video and what
The Accessibility Checker tool within Microsoft’s Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint enables you to easily check for any accessibility issues in your content…
There are a number of small adjustments you can make to your Sways to ensure increased readability and accessibility for everyone. This post discusses how to add alternative text to images and select clear styles and fonts.
Did you know about the new EU directives on digital accessibility? In association with Dr Abi James NADP are offering training events on Improving Digital Accessibility & the new EU Directive during March 2019. In her workshop delegates will be introduced to guidelines, techniques and regulations for improving digital accessibility…
Microsoft Sway is for creating online presentations and interactive reports. Sway content is presented online and has numerous ways to customise viewing and navigation even if you didn’t create the Sway yourself. If you have not used Sway before here is a Sway presentation example for you to view…
Adding captions to your video content increases accessibility and can help to further engage students. Find out about captioning your videos – including how to use YouTube’s useful automatic captioning service!