BCcampus presentation: ‘Moving beyond accessibility checklists’

BCcampus presentation: ‘Moving beyond accessibility checklists’

Creator(s)

Josie Gray

Organisation(s)

BC Campus

Discipline(s)

Teaching & Learning

Topic(s)

Accessibility & Inclusion

License

CC BY

Media Format

PDF

Keywords

accessibility & inclusion, universal design

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A PDF of a webinar detailing concepts around accessibility, toolkits, checklists and the important aspects of each we need to consider.

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A PDF of a webinar detailing concepts around accessibility, toolkits, checklists and the important aspects of each we need to consider. A detailed overview of what is good, and bad, with regard to accessibility is presented. PowerPoint slides also available via the supplementary files – CC BY licensed by Josie Gray at BCcampus.

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