When content is delivered digitally the learner is in control of the type, level, and form of accessibility. Whether your personal need is for larger letters, symbolic cues, audio feedback, visual contrast, captions, translation, or one of a number of variations in support of a learning difference then current technology has you covered.
The flexibility of the technology helps to create a really 'universal' learning environment.
Or, to put it succinctly,
"IF IT'S DIGITAL, IT'S ACCESSIBLE,"
District 75, NYC Department of Education
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