Many arts and cultural organisations are offering online programs and services during the coronavirus lockdown, which is fantastic and helping to inspire people stuck at home. But accessibility can’t be forgotten about when rushing to get content online. man using laptop and giving a thumbs up

In fact, it becomes even more important. Accessible Arts has put together their top ten tips for running accessible and inclusive online events to help.

Their list includes the important reminder that if you’re running an event, you are legally responsible to make it accessible. It also includes other things to consider, such as what access you want to provide and what format you want to share your information in.

You can read the full list of tips on the Accessible Arts website.