In March 2021, the Scottish Government pledged to provide a computer device for every school child. The plans mean that every pupil from P1 to S6 will be provided with an age appropriate laptop, for use in school and at home.
PDFs have reigned as a standard document format among schools, businesses, and really anyone sharing information in the digital world. There are many reasons they have remained popular, so many in fact that we probably take for granted why they are so effective.
PDFs are a perfect snapshot of a paper document, and can be universally opened across devices and applications with a consistent experience. Other documents like Word docs or Google docs may not always look the same when opened on different devices. PDFs are also easy to share, can be secured and locked down to prevent changes to the content, and are easy to create without advanced software or technical knowledge.
"What is one way to get everyone involved in strengthening the diversity and inclusion mindset for better web accessibility?"
To help you strengthen your organization’s diversity and inclusion mindset for better web accessibility we asked business professionals and leaders this question for their insights. From normalizing web accessibility to rethinking the way you organize your content, there are several ways to improve web accessibility.
Below, we identify 5 ways to strengthen the digital inclusion mindset, and 6 ways to help you kick start improvements.
This article was originally published in QA Education on 10th November 2021.
Every teacher understands that children approach learning in different ways. Celebrating that difference rather than ignoring it is absolutely essential to creating impactful lessons that engage every student. Based on scientific insights into how people learn, Universal Design for Learning is a framework which can be used to redesign learning at its very core - meaning it is inclusive for every individual child.
This week, we're excited to announce a brand new Exam Mode feature for EquatIO Desktop.
EquatIO is widely known by educators and students to be the most versatile STEM tool on the market. It allows users to easily create equations, symbols, and some of the most complex formulas in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics. All this is possible by typing right into our robust equation editor.
Did you know that over 1 in 3 people show unconscious bias against people with disabilities including neurodiversities? This is higher than the levels of bias on the basis of gender or race. And, can affect the productivity, engagement and wellbeing of your staff.