Accessibility Guide for Educators

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Students with disabilities and learning style differences face unique challenges in learning and in life. Microsoft is dedicated to building accessibility into our products, and also providing accessibility resources for educators.

Accessibility for Every Student

Educators today are integrating technology into the classroom in new ways and are looking for more ways to use technology as a tool to help students of all learning styles and abilities. At Microsoft, we embrace our role and responsibility in helping to ensure students of all abilities have opportunities to learn 21st century skills. Accessibility and personalization features in Microsoft products into our products, ensuring that all supports have the opportunity to enhance learning with personal technology

Accessibility and assistive technology products exist for:

  • Vision impairments
  • Learning impairments
  • Mobility and dexterity impairments
  • Hearing impairments, deafness and language impairments


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