Web and Digital Accessibility Issues in Education

Kim Ashbourne's MA research hub

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Web/Digital Accessibility Literacy Skills

The seven writing strategies recommended by the WAI can be found repeatedly in technology and compliance literature, however, they are not categorized or engaged with as literacy skills. And technology and compliance literature often lacks the contextual information that would… Continue Reading →

FAQ: I’m not a website designer. How can I make my site accessible?

It’s important to remember that web accessibility is determined by multiple factors. Developers and designers are responsible for building web accessibility into the code and design of a web site. Content creators – educators and students included – are responsible for seeking… Continue Reading →

FAQ: What can educators do to make LMS-housed courses web accessible?

Whether you use a Learning Management System (LMS) to support face-to-face, blended or fully online courses, there are three things you need to know about making the course digitally accessible. 1. Find out what the accessibility features and challenges are… Continue Reading →

Text to Speech Resources

Text-to-speech (TTS) technology can be used by anyone to read-aloud the text displayed on their desktop and mobile devices. Why use TTS? There are many reasons why someone might use a text to speech tool. I currently have a double… Continue Reading →

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