Accessibility for Users
Make content more accessible on your devices at home
Whether you have a disability, a personal preference, or a unique work style, you might want to explore accessibility features and applications. These can also be beneficial for revision or sitting online assessments.
From quick fixes like magnification, colour contrast and read-aloud, to more complex solutions like text to speech and dictation tools, this resource is an introduction to tools that can improve ease of access for users of digital resources.
The tools are all accessible to any University of Aberdeen student with access to a home computer and internet connection.
In our Guides section you can find information about accessibility options for your computer or smartphone, and the Links section can help you to explore hardware, software and University Services which you might find useful.
You can also see our collection of Assistive Technology and productivity tool resources for more information.
Last updated on 15 December 2020
This resource was provided by Toolkit.
Made in association with staff and students, Toolkit is your digital companion for University. The video-first platform delivers engaging content in bite-sized resources, so that you can get the information you need to get back to your work, research or studies.
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