Learning Environment Accessibility refers to making the internet and resources available online clear and easy to use for any user, regardless of any physical, mental or any other difficulty. Learning Environment Accessibility for a university refers to the public website, the student and staff intranets and the units available online.
1. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (Link opens in new window), 18.5 percent of Australians have a disability. Students are not obliged to divulge their disability and many of these disabilities are hidden, particularly in an online setting. By providing students with accessible sites, we can be certain that students have a reasonable opportunity to achieve in their studies.
3. Taking notice of the clarity of your site, being consistent in your language choices and ensuring your instructions are clear will help all students and give students a variety of ways to learn. Making your Learning Environment site accessible makes your course a better and more constructive place learn.
Lecture Capture Panopto Recording Accessibility and Captioning
The below Unit Plan Template has been formatted to meet accessibility requirements using Word's Styles feature. When editing or adding to the template it is important to continue to format headings, tables, etc according to accessibility requirements.