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  • 6 myths designers and marketers believe about web accessibility

    In this episode, we’re joined by Sophie Koonin, Web Engineering Lead at Monzo. Sophie is passionate about web accessibility and keeping the web a fun and inclusive place for everyone. And today, with Sophie’s expert knowledge about web development, we’ll be debunking six common myths designers and marketers believe about web accessibility.


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  • 365 Days Later | Part 2

    One year on from COVID, schools are finally beginning to look forward to some normality after periods of remote learning. Of course, the impact on teaching and learning has been well reported but what are the next steps for education?

    During part 2 of the discussion, Martin, Paddy and Greg delve deeper into what the future holds for education post COVID-19. From using data to inform instruction to how we can help teachers use technology in a way that complements their existing teaching practices.

    If you haven't checked out part 1 yet, you can listen here.


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  • 365 Days Later | Part 1

    One year on from COVID, schools are finally beginning to look forward to some normality after periods of remote learning. Of course, the impact on teaching and learning has been well reported but what are the next steps for education?

    In this episode, we hear from Texthelpers Martin, Paddy and Greg as they discuss what they think the positive lessons learned from the past year are. Including how we can support students and teachers moving forward.


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  • Inclusive communications: Reaching your audiences with content that connects

    What are the elements that affect accessible and inclusive communication? In this podcast we answer that very question. Join us to hear from Jodie Greer, Founder of Be People Smart. And Erica Wong, Senior Brand Consultant at Radley Yeldar.

    Together, we take a deep dive into what it means for content to be accessible and inclusive. We explore what you can do to create content that makes your internal and external audiences feel connected and included. Gain advice that’ll help you to reach your whole audience more effectively.


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  • Digital inclusion: A journey through time

    Later this month will mark the tenth anniversary of Global Accessibility Awareness Day. To mark the occasion, we're hosting our first ever Festival of Accessibility. In the run up, we're celebrating the achievements that have been made in the digital inclusion space so far. And reveling over what's about to come.

    In this podcast episode, hear from Ryan Graham, Texthelp's Chief Technology Officer. He'll take you on a journey through time. Delving into the past, present and future of the digital space.


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  • Inclusive Learning 365

    In this episode we’re joined by 4 educational experts, and friends of Texthelp, who have co-written a fantastic new book about inclusive learning. The book is called Inclusive Learning 365, and is being published by ISTE - the International Society for Technology in Education.  If you work in education this book will become your daily companion, with 365 strategies that you can use to provide the best learning experience. We’re going to take a look at some of these strategies in today’s podcast. 

    The authors Chris Bugaj, Karen Janowski, Mike Marotta and Beth Poss come from a variety of backgrounds in education. We’ll meet them all shortly and find out a bit more about them and what drove them to write this book.


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