1. <administration> Arrangements giving people the opportunity to study in an institution, in particular, the requirement to offer students from unconventional backgrounds, those with traditional low take-up of Higher Education, or those with disabilities, the maximum opportunity to access distance education courses.

2. <instructional design> The same principles involved in accessibility can also bring benefits to those who use internet connections. The most used set of accessibility guidelines are those developed by the W3C organisation.


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