Around my junior year of high school, I knew that I wanted to pursue a career in ethical technology and artificial intelligence. Although being a career field that was still in some ways emerging, it was still too broad. Tech … Continue reading How Digital Accessibility Opened New Career Possibilities for Me
You may have noticed that the filescan block looks a bit different in your Moodle course this semester. Well, that’s because it is! This summer we’ve been hard at work rewriting the filescan block to harder, better, faster and stronger. … Continue reading Say Hello 👋 to the New Moodle Accessibility Filescan Block
On June 20th, 2023, the Accessibility@Swarthmore—including the summer student workers—visited Temple University’s Charles Library. We learned about the various Assistive Technology (AT) initiatives situated throughout the campus. Let’s take a look at how technology is assisting learning at Temple University. … Continue reading How is technology assisting learning at Temple University?
As someone who recently converted to the iPad Air in my senior year of high school after swearing on notebooks for years, hearing about the reMarkable 2 tablet intrigued me. It seemed like the perfect blend of the two–combining the … Continue reading reMarkable 2 Tablet Review & Comparison
The challenge of adapting educational materials for all learners diminishes when you choose accessible material at the very beginning. This reduces the amount of stress any learner may have when approaching your courses. It may also reduce any stress you … Continue reading Adapting Educational Materials For All Learners: What You Need To Know
As we return to Swarthmore to teach and learn, Accessibility@Swarthmore has released a new KB article titled the “‘Fast Five’ Essentials to Preparing Materials.” When I present, I often speak about web-based materials and word processing documents with the same … Continue reading “Fast Five” essentials to preparing materials