At Canterbury Christ Church University, diverse students attend from different backgrounds, ethnic groups, and economic situations. In fact, many European and international students attend without English as their first language. As a result, the demand for accessible content within their various academic programs remained ever-present.
Technology Enhanced Learning Manager, Duncan MacIver, and his staff at Canterbury Christ Church University sought to make accessible content available to students in a way that they can effectively engage with.
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