Guidance on web accessibility, focus on content & code
The web offers many opportunities to people with disabilities that are unavailable through any other medium. It offers independence and freedom. However, if a web site, document or video is not created with accessibility in mind, it may exclude a segment of the population that stands to gain the most from the new technology.
Most people do not intend to exclude people with disabilities. As authors, developers and designers within our organisation become aware of and implement accessibility, we will ensure that our content can be accessed by a broader population.
For specific information about Accessibility in Panopto, please see our Panopto resource.
This resource intends to provide straightforward, simple guidance on accessibility principles in the Guides section, and gives Links to useful websites and tools that can help to inform your work.
This resource was provided by Assistive Technology and Centre for Academic Development.
The Assistive Technology Team supports students and staff with a disability, learning difference, mental health or other medical condition through the use of technology and associated strategies.
The Centre for Academic Development supports staff and students across the University in teaching, learning, research and professional development. The Centre also provides a range of eLearning services, actively supporting members of staff with course delivery and learning activities.