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Recite Me and Concept4 Partnership to Support Students Online

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The partnership will provide schools, colleges, and universities with the tools they need to create an accessible digital experience for students with additional needs.

In the academic year 2019-2020, government statistics revealed that 332,300 higher education students in the UK identified themselves as having a disability of some kind. This accounts for 17.3% of all home students.

It is important to consider that not everyone learns in the same way. By providing a variety of ways to read and understand educational materials you are supporting a wide range of students.

Join Recite Me’s Founder and CEO, Ross Linnett, Digital Director of Concept4, Alex Buck, and special guest, communications specialist, John Brennan, on Thursday the 29th of September at 2:00 pm BST in our webinar to learn how you can take the steps to ensure your website is fully accessible.

Sign-up via our Zoom page here.

The webinar will take place on the 10th National Inclusion Week, where we all come together to celebrate inclusion and those driving unity.

Alex Buck, Digital Director of Concept4 commented, “We are thrilled to partner with Recite Me to support all students online. In 2022, it is unimaginable that some students do not have the tools needed to learn and drive towards their future careers.

I am excited to share my ideas on the considerations and benefits of implementing accessibility into the design and development of a website, which is particularly important and special on National Inclusion Week.”

To find out more about our webinar, check out our page or contact a member of our team.

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