This accessibility statement covers all resources provided through nimbl, Anspear’s system for mobile learning on smartphones, tablets and the web. These resources can be accessed through the nimbl and Anspear apps for Android and Apple devices, other apps branded to our partner organisations, and their accompanying web portals that run in web browsers.
We at Anspear recognise the importance of making sure that our resources are accessible to as many people as possible. Primarily text-based resources such as our mobile learning materials can present difficulties to users with visual impairment, dyslexia and other conditions, so we make every effort help learners to overcome these barriers where possible.
Features that help to make nimbl more accessible include:
We are aware that not every feature in every publication is fully accessible, for example, PDF files and videos without captions used in some publications.
The primary way in which we make our resources accessible is by ensuring that they are compatible with the text-to-speech facilities that are commonly available on the relevant platforms:
For more advice on making your device easier to use, visit AbilityNet.
If you have any questions about this statement or accessing our resources, or if you would like to report a particular accessibility issue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.