You may feel you do not need to know about web accessibility guidelines when thinking about inclusive learning and teaching environments! However, these guidelines can be the key to being able to personalise documents, develop multiple accessible formats and allow access for those using assistive technologies.
Having looked at the links provided, can you share with others, what impact they may have in your situation?
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