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How is Quill designed to be accessible and inclusive?
How is Quill designed to be accessible and inclusive?

Quill is built to work with all types of students and be inclusive for all kinds of learners.

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Here at, we work hard to make sure that our product can be used by all students, regardless of ability. In working to make Quill entirely web-accessible, we hope to eliminate any potential barriers of use for individuals with physical disabilities and/or situational disabilities.

In committing to web accessibility, we have designed the site with the following features in mind. These features, along with our best practices for using Quill with students with IEPs, will help all students successfully use Quill in your classroom.

Environmental Factors

To account for environmental factors such as slow internet connection, Quill can be used on mobile devices.

Physical Factors

To accommodate color-blind users, we make sure a word accompanies our color code grading system, as well as a tool's icon (e.g. a flagpole for Quill Proofreader).

To account for students who are vision impaired, works with screen readers, either for audio output or braille output devices.

Browser extensions

Quill works well with multiple browser extensions to provide additional vision, audio, and language support. Check out this guide to learn how to install Chrome browser extensions and see the list of extensions we recommend.

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