Three dimensions of digital equity need to be addressed to successfully support learning
Creating accessible websites allows educators to connect with students, parents, families, and the widest possible audience
Passionate educator Cornelius Minor challenges his New York City colleagues to create a more inclusive and engaged learning environment
Virtual conference highlights collaboration, communication, and innovation to help support education for all students
In addition to adding traditional educational programs, public TV stations are providing tools such as datacasting and teacher-created content to help students who don’t have internet access
BAND-NC seeks to help North Carolina become the first state in the nation where every county has a digital inclusion plan by the end of 2022.
If your school or district is interested in helping staff understand why this is important, then consider Accessibility for Everyone for your next great book study.
Leaders from urban, suburban, and rural districts were challenged to consider what digital equity looked like and discuss pain points and solutions.
Have you ever been to an event where they tell you that you'll get slides and handouts after the event or in a follow up email?
Creating accessible content is not only important because it is the right thing to do. It is also important because not doing so leaves institutions and businesses at risk for lawsuits and loss of funding.
Lynn will spotlight the positive impacts of website accessibility for students, parents and the community.
Schools should anticipate being the focus of increased scrutiny and challenges to the accessibility of their websites.
Seeing AI has some definite advantages over other tools that assist blind or visually impaired students.
In this article you'll learn why this is important, what the standard is for color contrast, and how to make content with accessible color contrast.