Accessibility Information

We believe that education should be available to everyone, which means supporting the creation of free, open, and accessible educational resources. We are actively committed to increasing the accessibility and usability of the open texts and resources we produce.


The web version of this resource has been designed with accessibility in mind and incorporates the following features:

  • Optimisation for people who use screen reading technology
    • Keyboard navigation for all content
    • Links, headings, and tables are formatted to work with screen readers
    • Images have alt tags
  • Information is not conveyed by colour alone.
  • Closed captions on videos


In addition to the web version, this book is available in several file formats, including PDF, EPUB (for ereaders), and various editable files. Choose from the selection of available file types from the  ‘Download this book’ dropdown menu.  This option appears below the book cover image on the open text’s landing page.


In some cases, our open text includes third-party content. In these cases, it is often not possible to ensure accessibility of this content.


Below is a short accessibility assessment of key areas that have been assessed during the production process of this text. The checklist has been drawn from the BCcampus Open Education Accessibility Toolkit. While a checklist such as this is just one part of a holistic approach to accessibility, it is one way to begin our work on embedded good accessibility practices in the books we support.

It is our hope that by being transparent on our current books, we can begin the process of making sure accessibility is top of mind for all authors, adopters, students and contributors of all kinds on all our open text projects. As such, we welcome any feedback from students, instructors or others who encounter the book and identify an issue that needs resolving.


Category Item Status
Organising Content Content is organised under headings and subheadings Yes
Organising Content Headings and subheadings are used sequentially (e.g. Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.) Yes
Images Images that convey information include Alternative Text (alt-text) descriptions of the image’s content or function Yes
Images Graphs, charts, and maps also include contextual or supporting details in the text surrounding the image Yes
Images Images, diagrams, or charts do not rely only on colour to convey important information Yes
Images Images that are purely decorative contain empty alternative text descriptions. (Descriptive text is unnecessary if the image doesn’t convey contextual content information) Yes
Tables Tables include column headers, and row headers where appropriate Yes
Tables Tables include a title or caption Yes
Tables Tables do not have merged or split cells Yes
Tables Tables have adequate cell padding Yes
Weblinks The weblink is meaningful in context, and does not use generic text such as “click here” or “read more” Yes
Weblinks Externals weblinks open in a new tab. Internal weblink do not open in a new tab. Yes
Weblinks If a link will open or download a file (like a PDF or Excel file), a textual reference is included in the link information (e.g. ‘[PDF]’). Yes
Embedded Multimedia A transcript has been made available for a multimedia resource that includes audio narration or instruction N/A
Embedded Multimedia Captions of all speech content and relevant non-speech content are included in the multimedia resource that includes audio synchronised with a video presentation N/A
Embedded Multimedia Audio descriptions of contextual visuals (graphs, charts, etc.) are included in the multimedia resource N/A
Formulas Formulas have been created using MathML N/A
Formulas Formulas are images with alternative text descriptions, if MathML is not an option N/A
Font Size Font size is 12 point or higher for body text Yes
Font Size Font size is 9 point for footnotes or endnotes
Font Size Font size can be zoomed to 200% Yes


While we strive to ensure that this resource is as accessible and usable as possible, we might not always get it right. We are always looking for ways to make our resources more accessible. If you have problems accessing this resource, please contact to let us know so we can fix the issue.

Copyright Note: This accessibility disclaimer is adapted from BCampus’s Accessibility Toolkit, and licensed under a CC BY 4.0 licence. 


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Wellbeing in Educational Contexts - Second edition Copyright © 2023 by University of Southern Queensland is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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