Millions of students and learners who learn and think differently don’t get the desired support they need in the school or workplaces. While we start talking about future of education and future workplaces, one key aspect of that ecosystem is to ensure equity and inclusivity. And to achieve this, a key driver is to make learning resources accessible for all.
Digital accessibility is a topic that is slowly and steadily gaining importance across the globe. And rightfully so. Studies state that the global market of people with disabilities is over 1 billion, with a spending power of more than $6 trillion.
The spectrum of disabilities is quite broad and diverse when it comes to accessibility considerations. These could broadly be categorized as: