As a follow-up to the Summer 2021 Digital Learning blog post (19th May) this post provides a summary of recent changes. Some of the changes to My Studies, Sharepoint Online, Student Lookup tab, and university video services mean that routes that you and your students use to reach certain tools and services may have been updated.
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A crowdsourced blog post and reflection based on an open discussion which Fiona MacNeill facilitated as part of Jisc’s Connect More 2021 programme.
Our materials from Global Accessibility Awareness Day (#GAAD) 2021 In case you missed the action…
Fiona MacNeill offers a reflection and summary of the two-way fireside chat which took place between the University of Brighton Digital Learning team and the University of Sussex Technology Enhanced Learning Team on 11th May. This accessibility-focused discussion was part of programme of activities and events recognising Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021 (20th May).
The Accessibility Summary is a new tool which we have turned on as part of Blackboard Ally. It provides you with an overview of content across your module or module. Alongide this the summary provides suggestions of quick things to fix and materials to prioritise.
This is the third week in our ‘Getting Ready for GAAD’ blog post series where we invite staff and students to get involved through small, yet meaningful actions in support of accessibility.
This is the second week in our ‘Getting Ready for GAAD’ blog post series where we invite staff and students to get involved through small, yet meaningful actions in support of accessibility.
Global Accessibility Awareness Day, taking place on 20th May, is an international event encouraging all people to think, talk, and learn about digital accessibility and inclusion. We invite staff and students to get involved through small, yet meaningful actions in support of accessibility.
The format for a Watch Party session provides structured time to collectively watch a pre-recorded lecture video in chunks. Between the chunks there may be a class discussion via video call, online activities to complete, or message-based chats.