With web accessibility being a big focal topic at the moment, we recently published a web accessibility quiz that allows individuals to test what they know about web accessibility. We then asked our friends in the Terkel community to take the quiz, and reflect on their biggest learning. And share their thoughts on what they feel their industry could do differently.
In this blog, eight Marketing professionals reflect on web accessibility initiatives that could be done differently. Have a read and let us know what your biggest challenges are in the comments section below!
The EquatIO team is always on the lookout for ways to improve the digital math experience. When we heard that you were having trouble creating math with the EquatIO web toolbar and within your Learning Management Systems (LMSs), we got on the case right away to see what we could do.
Texthelp is excited to announce a new and improved experience when using Read&Write for Google Chrome in D2L’s Brightspace LMS. Read on to find out more about the updates and what they mean for your online classes.
The Government Digital Service - commonly known as GDS - is responsible for helping make government work better for everyone by leading digital transformation. We talk a lot about the importance of accessibility, but what exactly do we mean?
One in 10 people have dyslexia. For many, the digital workplace creates barriers to their success. Literacy software helps employees with dyslexia to overcome challenges. And empowers them to harness their unique strengths.
It has never been more important for companies to strengthen their commitment to inclusion.
While many companies are making an effort to hire employees from all races, backgrounds, and walks of life, it is equally as important to hire neurodiverse talent as well. For those who are unfamiliar, neurodiversity is a concept where disabilities such as dyslexia are viewed simply as any other human variation as opposed to a deficiency.
With that said, some individuals with a neurodiverse condition may require additional tools and support. It’s important that you’re equipped to overcome any barriers they may experience. This is why we have interviewed seven business leaders and asked them what is one way that employers can better support employees with dyslexia. Keep reading to learn easy ways you can help your company to be more inclusive and welcoming to those with neurodifferences!