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Making Content Accessible for Deaf Learners

Learn different ways for making content accessible for deaf learners or for students with other kinds of disabilities.
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Learn different ways to make content accessible for students with all kinds of disabilities. This includes content such as videos, reading materials, and lectures, for students who might be blind or deaf or have dyslexia. The article includes information on making content accessible for Deaf learners.

The web page is partly accessible but with some difficulty for people who use screen reading software.

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