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Accessibility and Mobility

Design Considerations for Accessibility and Mobility


Accessibility refers to enabling any person using any type of browsing technology (e.g., a screen reader or a hand-held device) to access all the information on a website. Mobility is a subset of accessibility that deals specifically with mobile devices. This section contains online learning resource design considerations for accessibility (that encompass mobility), plus design considerations that are unique to mobility.

SOL*R Learning Resources on Designing for Accessibility

Additional Information on Designing for Accessibility

?are there any other than the ones found in SOL*R?

Design Considerations Specific to Mobility

Originally content for mobile devices had to be authored specifically for the device. With advances in technology, mobile devices (e.g., phones) can now access the content via the Internet. When designing online learning resources for mobility, ?provide some standards and approaches that should be followed???

Legal Requirements for Accessibility in Post-secondary Environments

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