Accessibility

Accessibility

These materials can help you:

What is accessibility?

Designing systems and services that everyone can access easily.

Accessible resources

How to make documents, presentations and online materials accessible.

Accessible communication

Basic guidelines for creating documents and sending communications using the MATCHED method.

Alternative formats

Getting accessible learning and teaching material.

Disability guide

Understanding the requirements of disabled learners.

Inclusive Learning and Teaching Strategies online module

An online module developed in partnership with the University of Southampton that raises awareness of inclusive practice in learning and teaching. It takes approximately three hours to complete and is divided into 6 parts so it doesn’t have to be done in one sitting.

Kent Inclusive Practices (KIPs)

Top tips to make learning and teaching accessible to everyone at Kent.

Lectures and seminars

How to make teaching sessions accessible.

Physical estate

Information about the best ways to access our buildings.

Procurement

Advice about key accessibility questions to ask suppliers.

Productivity tools (assistive technology)

Technology that can help everyone access learning their way.

Project OPERA

University-wide accessibility project (in partnership with Jisc).

Useful links

Other useful sources of information.

Contact us 

We do our best to help improve everyone's access to information, including using assistive technology and productivity tools. Can you suggest a way we can improve access to information at Kent? Please let us know.

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Student Support, University of Kent

The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T: +44 (0)1227 764000

Last Updated: 07/08/2018