Using Microsoft Translator

Over the last few years closed captioning has come on in leaps and bounds; Zoom’s built-in closed captioning service can provide instant, accurate captions that […]

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 […]

Accessible Ebooks Available in the Library

Did you know that most eBooks in the library’s collection have lots of in-built accessibility features? Having celebrated Global Accessibility Day on 20th May, this article will briefly […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 5/24/21

Over a year ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well […]

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 for Scientific Graphics: Balancing between Accessibility and Giving the Answers

Imagine you’re a student in an introductory biology course. On an exam, your professor asks: "What is a byproduct of photosynthesis as exhibited by Figure […]

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 […]

Moodle And Brickfield Education Labs Announce Partnership

This association was made with the objective that Moodle could increase its accessibility compliance. Moodle with more than 250 million students around the world using […]

3 Ways to Recognize Global Accessibility Awareness Day

The third Thursday of May is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. And guess what? That’s today!

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