Birkbeck for All : Joined up thinking on accessibility
Birkbeck for All provides you with easy to follow guidance on how to create accessible learning materials to enhance student learning. Accessible means that the materials can be accessed by students with disabilities and specific learning difficulties (SpLDs), such as dyslexia.
Making these small but important changes will make your materials clearer and more easily understandable, which will be of benefit to all your students, not just those with disabilities.
Topics covered: * Accessibility Basics * Microsoft Word * PowerPoint * Accessible PDFs * Video & Audio * Moodle & Turnitin
Birkbeck for All: Joined up thinking on accessibility by Birkbeck, University of London and Launchpad Assistive Technology is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Project consultants/developers: Sarah-Jane Peake and Lee Rushworth, Launchpad Assistive Technology Project manager: Leo Havemann, Birkbeck IT Services Project brief: Barbara Denton, Leo Havemann and Nigel Buckle, Birkbeck IT Services Additional support and research: Peter Leffek and Linda Pan, Birkbeck IT Services, and Rob Martin, Birkbeck Centre for Transformative Practice in Learning and Teaching Project funding: Birkbeck Alumni Innovation Fund