Learning Technology

Working online more comfortably #1: Accessibility options in Chrome

January 15th, 2019 at 10:01

Accessibility can be an issue for both students and staff using Moodle. If you are spending hours studying or marking online, then you want it to be as comfortable as possible.

If you’re using the Chrome browser then you can add Accessibility extensions to the browser that you’re using to allow you to customise it to suit you.

While using Chrome, visit the Chrome web store accessibility collection

For example, to use the High Contrast extension select Add to Chrome next to High Contrast then Add extension

You have the choice within the High Contrast extension of a number of options e.g., Yellow on black or Inverted colour and you can disable it if you don’t need it.

Hopefully that will make working online more comfortable.

Other options for accessibility are available for other browsers.

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