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New Inclusive Teaching Resources

As part of our revamp of our inclusive teaching information on the ADCET website, we have been busy adding and updating information around Teaching with Technology and Creating Accessible Content. This new and updated content focuses on practical solutions for teaching staff around teaching with technology and accessible content. Drawn from existing best practice guides such as the ADCET Guidelines: Online Access for Tertiary Students who are Blind or Vision Impaired, and Supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Online we have incorporated new content from our partners in the LX.Lab at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) This link takes you away from the ADCET page and Deakin University This link takes you away from the ADCET page.

ADCET would like to acknowledge all the advisory groups and the amazing sector wide brains trust, in particular everyone with lived experience of disability that contributed to the creation of the original ADCET guidelines.

Teaching with Technology

Teaching Technologies are technologies that enable the development, design and delivery of curricula to learners. Many tertiary education providers utilise a range of technologies to deliver content to students. These technologies range from electronic tools and devices such as mobile phones, computers and hardware to more advanced content and learning management systems, electronic resources and online virtual environments.

Find out more about Teaching with Technology

Creating Accessible Content

There’s more than one way to make your content accessible. Getting started with accessibility can be an intimidating process. There’s no shortage of advice, methods, new terms to learn, and plenty more than can quickly become overwhelming. Accessibility can be complicated – but it doesn’t always have to be. By learning some of the key concepts underlying accessible content, you can prepare yourself with principles that can be broadly applied, and make big improvements in your content. 

Find out more about Creating Accessible Content