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Creating Accessible Online Platforms for People with Disabilities

Digitalisation is often seen as a positive modernising and cost-saving process. As public sector services increasingly move online, certain groups of society are at risk of being left behind. Grace Clark, Service Manager at Cambridgeshire County Council, shares insights into creating accessible online platforms for adults with learning disabilities to help increase their independence.

Understanding Digital Inclusion: Accessing Online Services

In a world that is becoming increasingly digitalised, digital exclusion is a widening social issue. This article looks at digital inclusion and why online exclusion needs to be tackled.

Digital Inclusion: Ensuring Accessible Digital Services

Robin Christopherson MBE and Head of Digital Inclusion at AbilityNet, discussed ways of ensuring digital services are accessible for people living with disabilities and impairments.

Digital Inclusion: Lessons From Libraries on Inclusivity

Dr Kira Allman, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford and Lead at the Oxfordshire Digital Inclusion Project, spoke to us about the lessons we can learn from libraries in meeting the digital needs of digitally excluded groups.

Digital Inclusion: Delivering Digital Skills and Services at a Local Level

Dr Alice Mathers is Head of Research at the Good Things Foundation spoke to us about delivering digital skills and services at a local level.

What Can Technology Offer Learners With SEND?

Children with special education needs and disabilities (SEND) often have the capacity to master high-level content. We spoke to John Galloway from the London Grid for Learning about ways to support children and young people with SEND.
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