Should you require further support for an accessibility requirement or feel you require specialist software please contact Learner Services www.writtle.ac.uk/Learner-Services
||A portable open source and freeware tool, helps overcome problems that students
commonly experience with studying, reading and writing.
||MyStudyBar is available on all WUC Student PC desktops, it can also be downloaded for free from Eduapps http://eduapps.org/ and saved to a memory stick.
|Assignment Word Template||Assist in document navigation, creating automatic contents, page numbering and references.||Available form your module/course page in Moodle or from www.writte.ac.uk/ITtraining - navigate to the Word section.
|Windows Ease of Access||Windows ease of access can change various display options to provide the user with the most comfortable settings e.g. enable a magnifier, adjust size of icons, change colour displays. Users with more severe disability may require specialised utility programs with advanced functionality e.g. Jaws for Visual Impairments.||www.microsoft.com/enable|
Press the Windows logo key +U
Right click the Desktop, select Personalise, then Ease Of Access centre.
|Accessibility Equipment||Screen filters, headphones, ergonomic keyboard and mouse can be borrowed from the Support Desk. There is an adjustable desk in U48.||t: 01245 424211|
|I OS accessibility||For iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices ||https://www.apple.com/uk/accessibility/ios/ for accessibility features.|
|OS X accessibility||For Mac books go to ||https://www.apple.com/uk/accessibility/osx/ for accessibility features.|
|Accessibility using the Internet||Fonts and colours on web pages can be overided in all Web Browsers e.g. Fifefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer. ||The BBC has useful information on how to overide settings|