By Dejsha’s World, 9 July, 2019 Forum iOS and iPadOS This question is for anyone who has used the student platform moodel. I was wondering how accessible it is for apple devices? Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Depends on the institution Hi Dejsha's World, Moodle is a very flexible platform and is basically the tool used to build your learning environment. Essentially, it is potentially very accessible indeed from a PC, Mac or tablet, including the iPhone or iPad. How accessible it is depends on a number of variables. So for example, when I upload content to Moodle for my students I enable the 'force download' option, which helps those running JAWS as audio content plays in Windows Media Player rather than via an imbedded player in the browser. Moodle's accessibility also depends on how clearly the person building the learning environment labels pages or controls. moodle includes online learning tools such as quizzzes, lessons and workbooks. Again, these have the potential to be very accessible indeed unless the designer makes them inaccessible. perhaps you could liaise with IT Support Services at your institution and, if you have any trouble, write to me (you can access the email address via my profile) and I am happy to advise. Noet, very importantly, that although Moodle itself is an accessible student learning platform, your institution might have online classrooms that are not very accessible that are linked to from Moodle. At my university, the Moodle platform contains links to the online classrooms for students, but these are adobe Connect rooms and I'm afraid Adobe Connect is not very good. Blackboard Colaborate is a considerably better online classroom environment in accessibility terms, though it is not perfect.