Competition to improve accessibility and inclusion in post-16 education

Competition to improve accessibility and inclusion in post-16 education

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Competition to improve accessibility and inclusion in post-16 education

Digital technologies charity Jisc launched earlier this week a competition for students and staff to come up with new digital solutions that will improve accessibility and inclusion in post-16 education.

Called accessible by design, the competition will invite ideas for how technology could support the access and inclusion of the UK’s learners, staff and researchers, with the best ones being offered the opportunity of funding to get their ideas off the ground.

Three of the ideas will be selected to receive £5,000 in funding plus expert support from Jisc to take them through the discovery phase and help develop tangible solutions.

For more information, visit the accessible by design page.

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