Guidelines for Accessible Assessment (2011)

The Guidelines for Accessible Assessment were written and published by the Round Table on Information Access for People with a Print Disability. The purpose of the document is to guide teachers, support staff, accessible format producers and disability service practitioners when preparing educational assessment tasks for students with vision impairment. It covers provision of examination material in all alternative formats, including braille and tactile graphics. It is a substantive revision of the Round Table Examination Guidelines for students with vision impairments, produced in 1995.
The guidelines are available as a free download using the links below. Hard copies are available for purchase through the Round Table Guidelines page.


link to Round Table websiteThe Australian Braille Authority is a subcommittee of the Round Table on Information Access for People with a Print Disability Inc.

Last updated: May 11, 2016 at 21:15 pm