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Accessibility: Home

This guide aims to assist Library staff in providing material for students with additional needs

What is accessibility?

What we mean when we talk about Accessibility

Alistair Duggin, Posted on: 16 May 2016 - 

Blogpost on the Government Digital Service

Looking at disability in a different way

Enhancing staff support for learners with disabilities

Enhancing staff support for learners with disabilities

Acknowledgements

Thank you to Ben Watson working at the University of Kent on the OPERA project for the many hints and tips included in this guide

OPERA (Opportunity, Productivity, Engagement, Reducing barriers, Achievement).

OPERA (Opportunity, Productivity, Engagement, Reducing barriers, Achievement) is a University-wide accessibility project supported by advice and guidance from the Joint Information Systems Committee (Jisc). The project commenced in October 2015 and seeks to implement a range of accessibility initiatives to raise awareness of the potential for inclusive design and assistive technologies, to improve access to learning for all.