Are you preparing for the implications of the web accessibility regulations? Or reshaping your provision to make teaching and learning more inclusive?
This live online accessibility clinic gives you the opportunity to ask questions about digital inclusion and have them answered, provide feedback on any areas that are problematic, as well as share your accessibility journey with other organisations.
During the clinic you'll:
- Have an opportunity to share your experiences with and learn from like-minded people at different stages of developing accessible policy and practice
- Gain feedback and support on any areas that may have been problematic
- Get signposting to other resources and links to communities of practice where appropriate
- Establish links with people working to overcome the same problems
- Get the opportunity to shape the Jisc offer in this area
The sessions will be led by accessibility and inclusion subject specialist Alistair McNaught, with input from other colleagues and specialists where appropriate.
Accessibility clinics will run monthly from 12:30 to 13:30 on the first Wednesday of every month in the academic calendar.
We'll take questions on any accessibility topic during each session, but owing to the breadth of the accessibility related issues we advise participants to submit their questions in advance via the form provided with the signup sheet.
The clinic will be run in Adobe Connect.
In order to access the session you will require a web browser running Adobe Flash 10 or later, an integrated headset and microphone or headphones and a built-in microphone.
Who should attend
Anyone from a Jisc member organisation (eg UK further education college, specialist colleges or higher education institution).