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This wiki also acts as a central resource for information, articles and links relating to accessibility and learning technology. It currently covers the following areas:


Assistive Technology (3 Sections)

  1. Assistive Technology Resources.
  2. On-Screen Technology.
  3. Screen Reader, Speech, and Sound Technology.

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Case Studies and Best Practice (4 Sections)

  1. Accessibility Policies and Strategies.
  2. Best Practice Examples.
  3. Case Studies.
  4. Web Accessibility in Higher Education.

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Design Considerations (4 Sections)

  1. Accessibility Design.
  2. e-Books.
  3. Universal Design.
  4. Usability.
  5. Web Accessibility Guides.

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Disability Resources (7 Sections)

  1. Aging and the Elderly.
  2. Designing for People with Learning and Cognitive Disabilities.
  3. Designing for People with Visual Impairments.
  4. Designing for People who are Deafblind.
  5. Dyscalculia, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia.
  6. Haptics, Symbols, and Tactile Graphics.
  7. Sign Language.

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E-learning Resources (11 Sections)

  1. Accessibility and eLearning.
  2. Accessible Blogs and Chat.
  3. Accessible eLearning Resources.
  4. Accessible Online Courses.
  5. eAssessment.
  6. Guidelines for Accessible Online Learning.
  7. Maths and Science.
  8. Mobile Learning.
  9. Music.
  10. Repositories.
  11. VLE (Virtual Learning Environment Accessibility).

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Games, Multimedia, and Web 2.0 (8 Sections)

  1. Audio and Captioning.
  2. Flash.
  3. Flash: Accessible Examples.
  4. Games: Accessible Examples.
  5. Multimedia.
  6. PowerPoint.
  7. SecondLife.
  8. Video.

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Guidelines and Standards (9 Sections)

  1. BSI (British Standards Institute).
  2. CanCore.
  3. DAISY.
  4. Dublin Core.
  5. Government Guidelines.
  6. IMS.
  7. Information About e-Learning Standards.
  8. ISO/IEC (International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission).
  9. World Wide Web Consortium.

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Images, Layout and Typography (9 Sections)

  1. Captchas.
  2. Colours.
  3. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).
  4. Fonts, Layout, and Text.
  5. Form Design.
  6. Frames.
  7. Images.
  8. Microsoft Word Accessibility.
  9. Tables.

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International (2 Sections)

  1. Languages.
  2. Localisation.

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Learning Design and Pedagogy (3 Sections)

  1. Inclusive Education.
  2. Instructional and Learning Design.
  3. Pedagogy.

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Legislation (4 Sections)

  1. eLearning and Legislation.
  2. Legal Cases.
  3. Legislative Acts: United Kingdom.
  4. Legislative Acts: United States of America.

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Libraries, Museums, and Events (4 Sections)

  1. Accessible Art.
  2. Event Accessibility.
  3. Library Accessibility.
  4. Museum Accessibility.

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Semantic Web (2 Sections)

  1. Metadata.
  2. Web Mobility.

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Software Accessibility (8 Sections)

  1. Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format).
  2. Apple Accessibility.
  3. Development Software and Tools.
  4. E-Mail Accessibility.
  5. Java.
  6. Linux and Unix.
  7. Microsoft Accessibility.
  8. Software Design.

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Testing and Evaluation (3 Sections)

  1. Consultancy Services.
  2. Testing and Validation Tools.
  3. Web Accessibility Evaluation.

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Useful Organisations (4 Sections)

  1. Hearing Impairments.
  2. Lists of Resources.
  3. Online Journals.
  4. Visual Impairments.

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