Accessible Content Is Better Content

Blackboard Ally is a revolutionary product that integrates seamlessly into the Learning Management System and focuses on making digital course content more accessible.

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2019

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As more and more people are positively impacted by the change that a more inclusive way of thinking brings, we look forward to sharing these stories and more as part of our Global Accessibility Awareness Day programme. Join us for our Follow-the-Sun webinar series!

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Blackboard Ally is LMS Agnostic & Integrates with a Wide Variety of Major Learning Management Systems

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Alternative Formats for Better Quality, Usability & Accessibility of Content, for Everybody

Automatically check for accessibility issues and generate alternative accessible formats using advanced Machine Learning Algorithms.

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Institutional Reporting for the Bigger Picture

Provides institution-wide reporting on course content accessibility and drives further improvements at the institution.

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Instructor-Specific Feedback for More Effective Content to Save Time & Resources

Guide instructors on how to improve the accessibility of their course content and alter future behavior

Blackboard Ally is an Award-Winning Accessibility Solution

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How Technology Helped Chico State Automate Its Way to Accessibility

California State University – Chico had many challenges to overcome in order to create a more inclusive learning experience. Collaboration and the right technology, including Blackboard Ally, made it possible for the institution to move up on the accessibility spectrum in record time.

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