Microsoft Releases New OneNote Accessibility Features

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​May 18, 2017 - Microsoft has made accessibility updates its note-taking app OneNote. New features are available on Windows, macOS, iOS and Android platforms. According to the company, the updates improve usability for learners with mobility impairments and for those who use screen readers. Keyboard shortcuts, navigation, and a cross-app consistency are among the updates. Additionally, Microsoft is providing  accessibility training courses for educators to train faculty in the creation of accessible documents so that both the course room content and OneNote app features are accessible. The course is free for educators, administrators, parents and students.


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