Accessibility in teaching and learning refers to the design and offering of content in formats that accommodate disabilities such as hearing loss, vision impairment, and learning challenges. 

The goal is to create a barrier free learning environment. Universal Design is frequently used in this context and refers to the provision of equitable access to all, whether or not a person has a disability.

Content can be made accessible by following the principles set out by the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). See the links below for guidance.