Celebrating Accessibility and Inclusion

Recently RMIT Celebrated Global Accessibility Awareness day, and showcased a number of resources to available to promote inclusion within the wider community. Some of the resources which are particularly valuable when designing teaching and learning include:

When you are thinking about improving accessibility – realise you are not only supporting students (and staff) who always require adaptions, and students who benefit due to situational challenges.

Examples of Perimanty, Temportary and Situational impairment to each sense.
The Persona Spectrum – highlighting if you design for inclusion, you can support more than just the people you are intending to include (Microsoft Inclusive Design Handbook).