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Moodle is available to all UCL staff and students.

Accessiblity advice 

There are a range of freely available tools to customise the look and feel of webpages such as Moodle. My Computer My Way offers suggestions on how to adapt colour and display settings on your device. You can also change colours and contrast to your preference by using a variety of third party tools such as Colour Enhancer for Chrome or Colour Changer for Firefox. Alternatively, a high contrast viewer such as High Contrast for Chrome may make your viewing experience easier. Pixie Reader offers a range of alternative means of presentation for web content. 

Please also see the student guide on Blackboard Ally, a tool which will allow you to convert content your lecturers have uploaded in Moodle to alternative formats. 

The following accessibility guidance may also be helpful:

Finally, please also see our latest Moodle Accessibility Statement for UCL Moodle 4.2. This page will be updated as known issues are resolved. Guidance on assistive technologies and support with access to Moodle can also be found in this statement. TBC

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