This is one of the most useful posts I’ve read on this subject. Many thanks to Emily Bryson.
Every student is different and as teachers and writers we embrace their diversity and support their learning. The UK Equality Act 2010 has nine protected characteristics; age, race, gender, disability, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sexual orientation and gender reassignment. I feel privileged to live in a country that legislates to ensure these characteristics are protected under law. In this blog post, I will outline how to create print and digital materials which are accessible to all.
I will start with disability, as the needs of students with Specific Learning Differences such as dyslexia or colour blindness can be met by making simple changes in regards to layout and font.
In terms of font choice, serif fonts, for example Times New Roman, Baskerville and Bookman, are considered less accessible…
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