The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials and PACER Center have developed a brief video in easy-to-understand language that provides an overview of accessibility features to look for in digital learning materials. This open-captioned video is intended to increase awareness of: 1) features that can be designed into digital materials to increase broad usability and accessibility and, 2) the importance of considering accessibility features in the selection digital educational materials. We invite you to view and share this video with colleagues, students and families. For more information about accessible educational materials, visit http://aem.cast.org.
At Screenrisk we believe everyone should be protected when using a display screen. There’s no reason why anyone should suffer with screen fatigue – one of the most common, most ignored and untreated issues in the workplace. 58% of the UK workforce currently suffer with it.