Accessible Online Course Support
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Approachable processes for digital accessibility solutions


Covid19 Data for screen reader users
Resource site for COVID19 times


A portion of your cost donated to a non-profit

TesselLearn is offering a chance to convert some of your Digital Accessibility costs to non-profit donation to AccessPromise - a win/win. (AccessPromise provides technical, web, on-site and financial support to community organizations in other countries that support individuals, largely children and young adults, with disabilities.) This applies both to light reviews and training / presentations. Contact us for additional information.

Digital accessibility makes good business sense

Access to information is critical in this digital world. Individuals with disabilities use a variety of tools to access information on web pages, in documents, and in media. Many software and hardware modifications exist that allow such individual access to digital information. However, a wheelchair can provide access to a building only if the building has accessible features such as ramps, accessible restrooms and elevators. Similarly digital information requires the correct structure for the software and hardware modifications to work.

Some of the possible modifications include: