Outputs packaging for lasting impact Accessibility Considerations for JISC Project Outputs Screen shots of TechDis accessibility essentials publication and staff packs Screen shot of the Techdis toolbar and twitter feed
What do I need to think about? http://bit.ly/6jc2D4 to access guide checklist was originally produced for the JISC Phase 2 Learner Experience of e-Learning Projects in 2008 to help them think about accessibility issues in relation to their outputs Not everybody needs access to the same thing in the same way. Everybody needs EQUIVALENT access.
TechDis take a holistic approach to accessibility It means following guidance created to ensure a common standard. This includes a minimum level of accessibility for Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, PDFs for example. It also means that every individual has a responsibility to examine their own practice and make adjustments that are relevant to their own context. Pictures of learners looking at computers and using small mobile devices and tablets
Key aspects to ensuring accessibility Look at TechDis accessibility guides for Word, Excel and PowerPoint Watch the InstantPresenter videos on accessibility that have been created just for JISC projects Consider embedding the free TechDis toolbar on your website Read Ros Smith’s (JISC consultant) brief suggestions about making your final reports accessible There is also information if you are creating video and audio files Of course, if you have questions, ask – JISC TechDis are more than happy to help.
Institutional Innovation Exchange 28-29 January 2010