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CoderDojo Accessibility Guide

CoderDojo, a global volunteer-led community of free programming workshops for young people, has recently published the CoderDojo Accessibility Guide which provides guidance on how to make “Dojos” – the open coding clubs – more accessible  to a greater number of people. The aim of the guide is to make a Dojo more accessible through listening to participants, making reasonable adjustments, and deciding what works best, in order to ensure all participants have the best possible experience.
The full guide is available to read in both a digital version with a larger font size, and a print-ready version in booklet format. The PDF guides are also screen-reader friendly.
The guidance, for supporting participation in a Dojo, includes:

The CoderDojo Accessibility Guide provides a good base for making such events more accessible while further research can be carried out using alternative guidelines, which are included within a useful further information section providing a list of disability organisations in Ireland.
For further information on the guide click here.

Alternatively, if you need further information on the preparation of similar Information and Guidelines or how to implement them, please do not hesitate to contact one of our team on (01) 415 12 85 or e-mail [email protected]