Learners can overcome barriers and reach their potential because they have accessible platforms, tools and resources. Staff understand their responsibilities and know how to support learners using technology, collaborating with partners where appropriate.
Learners of all backgrounds and abilities can maximise their potential through the use of digital technology to increase flexibility and support independent learning.
Digital learning techniques, resources and diagnostic methods are used creatively to help overcome barriers to learner participation and success.
Potential new learning platforms, tools and resources are assessed to ensure their accessibility and ease of use, taking into consideration bilingual needs.
Partnership working, including with specialist organisations, is used to support digital inclusion, accessibility and learner wellbeing.
Guidance and support is available to help staff to understand their responsibilities in using technology to widen access and support learners, taking account of online safety considerations and ensuring compliance with accessibility standards.