Inclusive Math

A fantastic feature in Class Notebook is the ability to create inclusive Math by using the Math tool found in the Draw Ribbon. Math can […]

Transcripts & Live Captions in Microsoft Teams Meetings

Microsoft Teams has taken accessibility to a new level and will significantly help you comply with current accessibility legislation at the touch of a button. […]

Immersive Reader

Found under the View Ribbon Immersive Reader is a feature that presents a document in an easier format and can even read it aloud. The immersive […]

Dictate & Translate

Found under the Home Ribbon in Word, PowerPoint and OneNote online. Dictation lets you use speech-to-text to author content all you need is a microphone […]

Alt Text & Hyperlinks/ScreenTips

Alt Text (Alternative Text) helps people with visual impairments access information in pictures and other graphical content, by adding descriptive text to convey its meaning […]

Accessibility Checker

Woohoo you have made it to the end of the week! If you have been following our accessibility bite-size blog series you should now be […]

Accessibility made bite-size

Introduction To celebrate the 10th Global Accessibility Awareness Day on the 20th of May, the Digital Learning Team will be providing two weeks of bite-sized […]

Colour & Contrast

When putting together new resources whether in Word, PowerPoint or any of Microsoft’s suite of apps you need to think about the colours you use, […]

Heading Styles & Content

Found under the Home Ribbon within office 365 apps like Word, OneNote and Teams using heading styles is a good way to start making your […]

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