Creating accessible content

This link, part of Microsoft’s Education Centre provides viewers with an overview of the accessibility features that are available in Microsoft Office. It also provides some useful best practice tips …

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Assistive Technology (SU)

Swansea University have invested in a suite of assistive technology applications which can assist students with productivity in their studies. Whilst assistive technology historically …

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Digital Accessibility Regulations Web Page

The focus on this web page is Digital accessibility – the ability of a website, mobile application or electronic document to be easily navigated and understood by a wide range of users, including those users who have visual, auditory, motor or cognitive disabilities.

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Assistive technology for all

This blog post aims to help educators who are new to using assistive technology (AT) with students. It gives an overview of what AT is, best uses of it and examples of how it benefits all learners.

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Supporting Students Web Page

This link, accessed via the staff intranet, signposts you to various contacts, tools and resources that will allow you to support students with a range of services such as study skills, inclusive support …

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Camtasia Web Page

This SALT resource provides an overview of Camtasia and its availability at Swansea University. Camtasia is a video and software editing tool that allows you to create, edit and publish your own videos. Useful in the creation of flipped and blended learning material …

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FutureLearn Blended Learning Essentials

A free online course, hosted on Future Learn and developed by the University of Leeds and University College London Institute of Education. This is the first in a series of their online courses to develop your expertise in blended learning.

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Screencast Videos

This external link takes you to a blog post on building a good screencast video. A screencast is useful for recording demonstrations of software, processes and how-to instructional videos. Screencasting is one of the techniques that can be used when flipping your classroom.

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Mendeley Reading List

This link takes viewers to a list of pedagogic literature curated by Swansea University librarians around the notion of Flipped Learning and the Flipped Classroom.

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