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What Is Inclusive Design?
A brief introduction to inclusive design including the Three Dimensions of Inclusive Design, from the Inclusive Design Research Centre.
The Inclusive Design Guide
This ever-evolving guide can be applied to digital design as well as to the design of services, the built environment and physical products. It can be applied to processes like workshops, meetings, conferences, and our daily interactions with one another.
The Inclusive Learning Design Handbook
The Floe Inclusive Learning Design Handbook is a free Open Educational Resource (OER) designed to assist teachers, content creators, web developers, and others in creating adaptable and personalizable educational resources that can meet the needs of learners with a diversity of learning styles.
This short film by Microsoft explores the role of empathy in inclusive, participatory, and insightful design. Featuring Jutta Treviranus, Director, Inclusive Design Research Centre.
Introduction to User Interface Options
This video provides an overview of the Fluid Project's User Interface Options (UIO) component, what it offers potential integrators, and its installation instructions. UIO allows users to personalise web content to meet their unique needs.
Storytelling and Story-Gathering Resources, Tools and Examples
A collection of resources related to digital storytelling, gathered as part of the Social Justice Repair Kit project.
Youth Guides to Action
TakingITGlobal's Action Guides are designed to help you turn your ideas and dreams into reality. The general guide and the issue-specific guides are workbooks for you to download, use and share.
The Youth Effect doc
The Youth Effect was created by a collective of leaders committed to ensuring that children and youth are an integral part of designing, shaping and creating a more sustainable future.
This digital tool is being developed as part of the SJRK project to gather and share stories of youth with learning differences, social justice organisations and others who wish to share their story or create a simple online presence.
Preferences Exploration Tool
This tool allows for the exploration of digital preferences in a simple and low-risk way, by offering a set of starter preferences to try - from reading content aloud so it's easier to follow along, to enhancing keyboard interactions so it's easier to use.
Chart Authoring Tool
The Chart Authoring Tool supports the authoring, export and embedding of highly accessible charts, including sonification of the data. The current version supports creating pie charts and transforming the data into sonified form via a pattern.
First Discovery Tool
This tool walks the user through a step by step process of discovering, declaring and storing digital preferences.
The metadata feedback tool can be integrated into existing sites to allow users to provide feedback as to whether a digital resource matched their preferences and to request alternatives or modifications to improve it.
The metadata authoring components can be integrated into existing content editors to encourage and allow authors to create or edit metadata that accompanies the content of their Open Education Resource (OER), thereby improving accessibility.