Access to Learning Project


Learning and Teaching Resources

compiled by Lotte Hammer

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The following points of further sources of information will support staff in creating developing knowledge, skills and awareness of accessibility and disability issues.


DISABILITY RIGHTS COMMISSION, 2002. Disability Discrimination Act 1995: Part 4. Code of Practice for providers of Post-16 education and related services. London: The Stationary Office.
DOYLE, C. and ROBSON, K., 2002. Accessible Curricula: Good Practice for all. Cardiff: University of Wales Institute.
MANN, D., 2004. New Freedoms under Copyright Law. The Skill Journal, 78, 13-14.
SKILL: NATIONAL BUREAU FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, 2005. A guide to the Disability Discrimination Act for Institutions of Further and Higher Education. London: SKILL.
WATERFIELD, J. and WEST, B., eds., 2002. SENDA Compliance in Higher Education. Plymouth: The University of Plymouth.


About the BBC. Plans, policies and reports: Subtitles and Audio description on TV.
British Dyslexia Association.
British Universities Film and Video Council.
Dearing Report:
Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).
Media Access Generator (MAGpie) 2.01.
Royal National Institute for the Blind.
SKILL: National Bureau for students with disabilities.
W3C Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.URL:
W3C Evaluating Web Sites for Accessibility.
W3C Getting Started: Making a Web Site Accessible.URL:
W3C Markup Validation Service v0.6.7.
W3C Quick Tips to make Accessible Web Sites.
W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
QAA Code of Practice
Research - Gibbs
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