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Programme: Atlas 2019-20
Course: Digital Accessibility for Learning

Description: This course is open to all LSE staff who create activities and produce content for learning (i.e. Moodle editors). It provides guidance on the production of document content and online learning activities that are accessible; for example using Microsoft Office applications.  

By the end of the course, participants will be able to: 

  • understand why accessible content is needed from both a moral and legal perspective
  • design online content while considering the impact of font and colour choice
  • ensure that images, tables, charts and hyperlinks in documents are accessible
  • make accessible PDFs
  • check online course content for accessibility

Format: A facilitator-led session, with a mix of presentations and hands-on exercises delivered in 90 minutes. A PC classroom 

Prerequisites: Attendees should already be Moodle editors and have attended Moodle basics training or have equivalent knowledge.  

Frequency: Once in Lent and Summer terms. Additional sessions can be scheduled if there is demand. 

Session duration: 90 minutes 

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