Back To School

Back To School

Last Tuesday, the 27th August 29 2019, I returned to my alma mater at the Flinders University of South Australia. But this time I stood at the front of the next generation of web developers to give a presentation on web accessibility. My presentation concentrated on...
Schools Must be Inclusive

Schools Must be Inclusive

I’m compelled to write this post, as lately I have come across far too many schools that aren’t getting the message regarding social inclusion in their public-facing media. Too often schools have told me that “accessibility is not necessary” or “it’s not what we’re...
Education Is The Key

Education Is The Key

On the 5 August, I was invited to give a presentation to the South Australian Small Schools Association (SSASA) about web accessibility and the online accessibility policy recently launched by the South Australian Government. This policy applies to public schools as...
Social Inclusion Is Not A Choice

Social Inclusion Is Not A Choice

This year a great deal of resources have been allocated to make South Australia a more inclusive society. In March and April 2019, the Department of Human Services of South Australia launched an online engagement initiative. This initiative takes the form of a...
Does Your School Know?

Does Your School Know?

A little over three months ago, the Government of South Australia launched its the South Australian Government launched its Online Accessibility Policy and Toolkit. This policy aims to make all public-facing government websites accessible to everyone, including...
Is Your School Inclusive?

Is Your School Inclusive?

In 2015, there were 4.3 million (or about 1 in 5) Australians living with disability. With a significant number of people in our community living with a disability, we must make websites inclusive so that everyone can access them. This also means that when developing...
Has Your School Heard The News?

Has Your School Heard The News?

Last week Edu Net Solutions launched the Small Schools Association of South Australia’s website (SSASA). This complies with the South Australian Government Online Accessibility Policy, meaning it was built to be accessible for all members of our community, including...
Did Your School Get a Fair Deal?

Did Your School Get a Fair Deal?

On the 16 May 2019 the South Australian launched its Online Accessibility Policy and Toolkit. This policy now applies to all South Australian Government online applications, including schools’ websites If you are a school principal and had your website developed...