There’s no doubt that the fallout from the TEF review, the Augar report, and the uncertainties of Brexit will continue to dominate the minds of higher education leaders for some time.
Accessibility is about users, not standards.
In the ever-changing landscapes of digital learning, accessibility, and higher education, it can seem a daunting prospect to stay on top of it all.
Welcome back to campus! The start of fall semester is an exciting time for students as they enter campus life, meet new instructors, and settle into new routines. For some, it can be a daunting transition with new course loads and schedules to manage. Instructors feel the pain as well, by having to provide product support for their students during the very beginning of the semester.
Accessibility is an issue that is becoming more and more prevalent in the modern world, with new technologies presenting new challenges. But what do we mean when we talk about this, and in particular, what do we mean by web accessibility?