Category Archives: eAccessibility

Web Accessibility mentors: thank you

Here are my favourite go-to places to learn about Web Accessibility. Each has it’s own distinct purpose and strengths. No one place provides all the answers, but together they provide the backbone of this strand of my personal learning community. A recent event has prompted me to do a “shout out” for the way each…

Modeling best practice online: resources to support Digital Access

Mike Ribble in his Nine themes of Digital Citizenship places Digital Access in his number one spot. For him, the web is for everyone and he urges us to ensure our participation and innovation works for every user. So knowing who “everyone” is might be a really good place to begin. A little insight into…