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    10 easy steps to ease on-line communication
    There are many different ways to communicate on-line now days from chat rooms, forums to e-mail, instant messaging, blogs and personal spaces. Some have clearly stated rules and some depend on unwritten codes of behaviour. Here are a few general tips provided that will hopefully make those occasions where learning and teaching are taking place more worthwhile.

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    Accessible Presentations
    A guide for use by both tutors and students on principles and resources for use in making presentations accessible for the whole academic community.

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    Blackboard Good Practice Guide
    This short (4 sides of A4) document provides advice to tutors about essential and recomended practices, organisational principles, blended learning, accessibility and copyright.

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    Changing text and background colours in Adobe Acrobat
    A 4-minute video that shows how students with dyslexia or visual stress can change the text and background colours in Adobe Acrobat Reader to suit their needs.

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    Harvard Referencing Format
    A LexDis guide to the Harvard Referencing style.

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    INFO2009 Collection - Accessibility
    Collection of resource, reference list and poster on Accessibility, for team Denis's Angels.

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    INFO2009 Poster for "Minus Tim"
    A Poster on the topic "A Guide on Open Source Software and Intellectual Property".

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    INFO2009 Poster: Accessibility - Text Tutorial
    Poster describing the text tutorial on accessibility, created by Denis's Angels for INFO2009.

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    INFO2009 Reference list for "Minus Tim"
    The reference list for the web tutorial and the poster

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    INFO2009 Resource for "Minus Tim"
    A web tutorial on the topic "A Guide to Open Source Software and Intellectual Property"

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    INFO2009 Text Tutorial - Accessibility
    Maximizing Accessibility in Software - by Denis's Angels

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    Introduction to HTML5
    Covers HTML5 design principals and key changes. Outlined are new and retired elements, changes to forms and media support. This lecture then also covers key changes to CSS3 and JavaScript which support the development and implementation of HTML5

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    JISC TechDis Accessibility essentials guide: Making electronic documents more readable
    The TechDis Accessibility Essentials Guide for Reading has been divided into the following three sections: Font colours and styles; Enlarging text and Navigating documents. These guides have been designed to give practical step-by-step information to enable anyone reading electronic material to amend its look and feel into a style which suits them, their audience or the context in which it is used.

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    MouseKeys
    MouseKeys is an accessibility feature which allows you to use the numeric keypad to control the mouse pointer.

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    REALISE project - final case study
    This document describes the REALISE project, its successes and challenges. There are transferability plans for sustainability.

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    Reference List: Accessibility Text Tutorial
    List of references in Harvard format for the accessibility text tutorial created by Denis's Angels.

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    The Outline View
    When creating a document it can be difficult to know from the outset what the final layout and structure of a document should be. Using headings and styles, users can create a document and structure it appropriately at the end using the outline function.

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    Windows Colour Scheme
    Windows offers several high contrast colour schemes which may be useful for users with vision impairments or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.

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