Accessibility Thrives

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The Centre for Educational Development (CED) at Queens University have designed the THRIVES acronym to help you to easily remember key accessibility considerations which will help to comply with UK digital accessibility legislation. 

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The THRIVES image has seven basics to get you started on your accessibility journey and is an easy way to recall the fundamentals of accessibility, that can be easily printed, and includes an audio file (the latter is available in the supplementary files). 

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URL: https://blogs.qub.ac.uk/digitaldevelopment/wp-content/uploads/sites/270/2018/06/QUB-Accessibility-THRIVES.pdf