A picture that’s worth a thousand words? But do we know how to correctly reconstruct those words in a description for those who can’t use the visualisation? As a reminder, it’s worth checking out these guidelines. So, how about 100
With so much exciting stuff in the pipelines, we have decided to start collating all of our little tidbits into one convenient bite-sized newsletter that will be published on the first Monday of every month henceforth. Signed up users and
Note: some of the links featured in this post are only available to people within the UK due to copyright laws. They may also be outdated as they expire after a set amount of time after initial broadcast. Grapheel has
In February, we posted about the Institute of Physics (IoP) conducting surveys in Physics departments all across the country to find out if the needs of their disabled STEM students were being met. The Diversity Programme at the IoP attempts to counteract any
As part of the Grapheel initiative, we are designing an online service (Grapheel IRIS) to enhance the study experience of blind and visually impaired (BVI) students in their STEM education. IRIS is a volunteer based, crowd source, image description platform.