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Why does my organisation need digital access?

A brief summary of digital access and how to address it, plus some policies and legal precedents.

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How will people with a disability engage with my content?

An introduction to assistive technologies used by people with disability, and some common access issues.

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How does digital access apply to my role?

Tips for addressing digital access across different organisational roles, documents, and social media.

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What is the WCAG Standard?

We provide a summary of WCAG and an overview of the principles, guidelines and success criteria.

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How do I achieve the WCAG Standard?

Establish a plan for your approach, then work through these success criteria for WCAG compliance.

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How do I check ​​​​​​​if my work is accessible?

Steps for checking, evaluating and assessing the accessibility of your online content.

The Centre for Accessibility is a joint project by Media on Mars, DADAA and Dr Scott Hollier and is funded by the Department of Communities, Disability Services.

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