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What is Digital Accessibility?

Digital Accessibility is the ability of a website, mobile app or electronic resource to be easily navigated and understood by everyone. We want to ensure nobody is prevented from accessing the digital world by their individual circumstances.

Using Blackboard

Guidance on how to get the most out of accessibility features in Blackboard.

Accessing course materials> Watching videos> Captioning for online classes>
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Other Digital Learning Tools

Tools and systems used for your studies have accessibility features built in. Departmental accessibility statements might also be available from your Blackboard course.

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How to report accessibility issues

If you are having trouble accessing something that’s part of your studies, please contact your department in the first instance. You can also report issues via the accessibility statement webpage below.

University of Sheffield Accessibility Statement>
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