Category: Accessibility

Neurodiversity Celebration Week

This online event was part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week.  Helen Spicer-Cain spoke about her lived experience with Dyspraxia. She is a Speech and Language Therapist and a lecturer at City. She spoke about things that disable her such as not being able to use can openers. This leads to anxiety and avoidance from staying away…Continue Reading Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Accessibility Group update no.3

Need to know info! Since our last update, Luke has joined the group. With the new term starting, make sure your presentations and documents meet accessibility guidelines. General guidance and best practice can be found on the LibGuides writing style page. Education, Education, Education Over the Spring term, there were a series of workshops focussing…Continue Reading Accessibility Group update no.3

Accessibility Group update no.2

Since you’ve been gone … We have welcomed Beth and Isobel to the group. The whole group has been working on reviewing Accessibility Guides and FAQs on both the public and staff pages. We are looking for any out of date, or unclear content, so if you spot anything please let us know. Over summer…Continue Reading Accessibility Group update no.2

Accessibility Group Update No. 1

We’ve only just begun   This is the first of the Disability group updates. There’s so much going on in the world of accessibility, we thought it would be a good idea to start blogging about it! We aim to keep you updated with the work of the group and anything else of interest. We encourage…Continue Reading Accessibility Group Update No. 1