Inclusive design for online accessibility

by | Nov 6, 2017 | Canvas tips, Canvas updates, Course design and development

Every design decision you make in your Canvas course plays a huge role in creating an inclusive and accessible course for all students. The Centre for Learning and Research in Higher Education (CLeaR) has made available an Inclusive Design for Online Accessibility poster. It gives an overview of the basics of designing for accessibility:

CLeaR provides a range of services to improve and support the learning, teaching and research experiences within the University, including Elearning support.

The contributions to the development of this poster can be attributed to the following individuals: Steve Leichtweis, Fiona Spence, Lynne Petersen, Stephanie Reid, Sally Eberhard, Odette Murdoch, Sue Tickner, and Glenis Wong-Toi, Jackie Ede, Monica Hill, Neda Zdravkovic, Nicoletta Rata, Paula Baty, Shelley Jacobson and Vicki Watson.

The graphic is a revised version of the original by Danny Liu at the University of Sydney. The revised graphics and icons have been created by Tony Chung at the University of Auckland.

This poster is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0.

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