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Accessibility in Moodle

Welcome to the Accessibility in Moodle guide. You are likely referring to this guide because you have some responsibility for creating online learning content in Moodle.

The aim of this guide is to give Moodle content creators a basic understanding of digital accessibility issues, and to support them in improving the accessibility of their online learning content.

Please remember that the Academic Technology Team are not responsible for digital accessibility at Warwick, and are not experts in digital accessibility. This guide should be considered as general information only, and is our own interpretation and understanding of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

For formal guidance, please consult WCAG 2.1 directly. You are strongly advised to undertake your own research to ensure that the accessibility of your learning content meets the required standards.

The information on this page relates to Moodle v3.11 and was last updated July 2022.


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