Accessibility in Office365

This diagram shows which learning tools are available in each of the Microsoft products. (Click on image to enlarge)


There is a myriad of resources available on the accessibility features of Office365.  Below is a small selection of resources which should be viewed as a start.

Accessibility tools cover many needs and can help everyone, including busy teachers who can give verbal feedback quicker than written feedback through the use of dictation in Word and OneNote.

If you use nothing else, please investigate Immersive Reader which has features such as line focus, translate, background colours, parts of speech, syllables, read aloud, change font size and text spacing.  It also has an integrated picture dictionary.  IR is available in Word, OneNote, Forms, Teams, Office Lens and also in the Edge browser.

Quick Tip videos on accessibility from Mike Tholfsen:

Mike Tholfsen – YouTube

Click below to access “Microsoft Inclusive Classroom – free tools and resources”



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