Universal design for learning

Audio version of this blog post: Download: Universal Design for learning (MP3, 3 MB) Play here on the blog: Sorry, your browser does not support HTML5. Click on link above. Wow. Did I have it wrong. I have been gung ho on researching ways in which the organisation for which I currently work can meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines because it will cater for people with physical and cognitive disabilities as well as mobile device users. I…

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YouTube captioning

I’ve been researching YouTube’s captioning abilities as part of research I’m doing into Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)  compliance for the organisation for which I work. Under the WCAG 2.0 standards set out by the W3C (an international consortium looking to set out standards for accessibility for web sites and content), there are four principles of accessibility. Anyone who wants to use the web must have content that is: Perceivable. It cannot be invisible to…

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