Category Archives: Accessibility

Making online teaching more accessible: 5 useful resources

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve come across a number of useful (and generally short) resources on making online teaching and learning more accessible and equitable. Here are 5 that I’ve found particularly useful. They range from suggestions about … Continue reading

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Results of survey of online teaching in History during lockdown

In a Twitter post last week, I mentioned a survey that we conducted in the School of History and Heritage at the University of Lincoln of staff experiences of teaching in the lockdown context (i.e. a short turnaround move to … Continue reading

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Xerte and Accessibility

During the course of the Making Digital History project, we’ve learned a lot about Xerte and its strengths and weaknesses as a tool for supporting staff teaching and student learning. One important issue that has come up repeatedly is accessibility … Continue reading

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