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Moodle accessibility report

Last week Moodle developers were given a really useful resource for helping improve the accessibility of Moodle – a report on Moodle accessibility undertaken by Randall Hansen on behalf of the CANnext consortium, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and supported by the Carroll Center for the Blind and the Washington State School for the Blind. See the discussion Results of my Moodle accessibility study for a link to the report and MDL-20409 for the list of issues raised in the report.

The report raises many excellent points, such as recommending that the most accessible option should be the default. Lots of food for thought for the Moodle community!


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