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Guidelines and eLearning - Online Access for Tertiary Students who are Blind or Vision Impaired

The Online Access for Tertiary Students who are Blind or Vision Impaired e-Learning module and Guidelines have been developed to address access barriers experienced by learners who are Blind or Vision Impaired studying in tertiary education in Australia.

They aim to increase your understanding of developing and facilitating teaching practice and were developed in response to the Vision Australia report (2018) "Online, but offtrack: barriers to online learning experienced by university students who are blind or have low vision”. 

These resources were produced by the National Disability Coordination Officer Program and the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET). 

Explore the Online Access for Tertiary Students who are Blind or Vision Impaired Guidelines and complete the free e-Learning module This link takes you away from the ADCET page.

Why accessible education matters

To mark the launch of these resources, we asked students, educators and practitioners why accessible education matters to them.

        

Transcript - Compilation video, why accessible education matters (doc)

Resources: Online Access for Tertiary Students who are Blind or Vision Impaired