Accessibility Resources

Blackboard Learn has a number of built-in Accessibility features to help you and your students when using it. It is compliant with Accessibility Guidelines:

Please take a look at these pages for more details:

 

You can quickly jump to any of these sections:

 

Blackboard Collaborate has its own set of useful Accessibility features detailed here:

 

Turnitin, while not fully WCAG 2.0 Compatible, offers some features that can help you when using the Feedback Studio, please see this page for more information:

 

Your Browser will also have tools that can help you, please take a look at the resources below:

Alongside that, your device’s Operating System will also have several tools you can use in conjunction with its respective default browser:

 

Further Resources:

  • Inclusive technology guide from the University Library. Includes details of assistive technologies and free features in Browsers, Windows, and Microsoft Office applications that can support you working online.