Resources and support to help students with disabilities access our services and facilities
How to ensure everyone can enjoy your video by providing alternative text.
RNIB Bookshare and the Alternative Formats Service allow you to freely access eBooks in your preferred format.
How to write effective alt text that helps visitors who rely on assistive technologies like screen readers.
Learning technology is the broad range of communication, information, and related technologies that can be used to support learning, teaching, and assessment as well as work-related activities.
Access the reasonable adjustments required for disabled students who have registered with Disability Services via the ‘Disability Support’ section on eVision.
Guidance for web editors on publishing content in PDF format on the University website
This guide provides brief background information on accessibility and its importance. It also offers practical help so you can make inclusive teaching materials, including Word documents, PDFs, presentations, and videos.
This step-by-step guide will help you perform a basic accessibility self-audit. It will help you assess your website so you can find accessibility problems and fix them so your website meets the UK's public sector accessibility regulations.
This document contains guidance for people creating, procuring, or updating University of Dundee websites. It aims to ensure our websites are easy to read and easy to use by everyone
The University of Dundee is committed to making its website accessible, this statement summaries where we are and where we plan to get to