eLearning accessibility Archives - eLaHub

Artwork for Susi Miller festival of work session. Title of session reads Inclusive learning - What does it practically require and why does it matter?

eLaHub’s many online webinars and face to face sessions are supported by our Why design accessible learning content? leaflet. It makes the case that there are 1.3 billion disabled people worldwide who benefit from equal access to learning content – and that’s just people with permanent disabilities. This number doesn’t include the

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A young man with down syndrome and wearing a hearing aid smiles as he interacts with a tablet.

I am Jake Harrison. I am studying an HND in Computing at Higher Education college. I am deaf and have two cochlear implants which help me to recognise sound. I rely heavily on lip reading and also use British Sign Language (BSL) and Sign Supported English (SSE) to understand people and to

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A woman in a wheelchair looks at a monitor which says eLearning.

If you’re one of the growing number of eLearning professionals who has realised the importance of creating eLearning resources which are accessible for people with disabilities and impairments, you might think it would be easy to find guidance on the standards you need to follow.

What’s wrong with eLearning accessibility ‘tips’?

Yet, if you

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4 accessibility icons with icon for visual impairment enlarged and highlighted.

Find out how to make sure your colour contrast is accessible for everyone.

As soon as I became interested in digital accessibility, the one thing I couldn’t fail to notice was non accessible colour contrast. One of the basic principles of making your colour choices accessible for everyone, including people with permanent, situational

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