Microsoft Announces New Accessibility Updates

5/18/2017 9:11:00 PM

Microsoft is announcing new tools and resources to help make learning accessible for all students.

Updates include:

  • OneNote Redesign: The OneNote redesign brings consistency across apps, improves usability for those with vision and mobility impairments, and simplifies navigation controls.  
  • New Microsoft Educator Community Course: Designed by teachers who work in Special Education, the course outlines 10 ways every educator can make classrooms and learning more accessible for all students with Office 365. O365 for Education is free for students, faculty, and staff, and includes Word, OneNote, Excel and PowerPoint Online. The Educator Community Course is available for free at:



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