Effective and appropriate use of technology and creation of well designed learning and teaching materials can produce major benefits for all learners, particularly those with disabilities. We can assist lecturers in creating materials which are designed with inclusion in mind, which are more multi-sensory and as a result, more accessible for a wide range of learners. Many of our workshops focus on creating accessible learning experiences including:
TechDis have also produced Accessibilty Essentials guides which assist lecturing staff in creating accessible learning materials and in turn ensure easier access for assistive technology users.
For further guidance, have a look at the TechDis Accessibility Essentials including:
- Making Electronic Documents More Readable.
- Writing Accessible Electronic Documents with Microsoft® Word.
- Creating Accessible Presentations.
- Making the Most of PDFs.
Keep an eye on our events page for more information on workshops that can assist you in the following:
For more information or to organise some training in your place of work please contact Margaret McKay, eLearning Advisor: Accessibility and Inclusion.
Tel: 0141 585 0022