I have 2 questions regarding moodle being accessible for a visually impaired student. How other people have accommodated this, and advice in general would be appreciated.
1. An issue we've come across is the file uploader. When a student uploads a submission using the drag and drop, the file uploader appears nicely, and a screen reader can just about read the progress (albeit reading out the progress every second). But our student can't use drag and drop, so uses the file uploader. But then there is no progress bar, and nothing can be read out by a screenreader. Has anyone found a work around for this? eg an external browser plugin?
2. Our student also uses their mobile for a lot of their work (they have a laptop too, but at the moment are more comfortable using their mobile). This is obviously very different to using a laptop, but (especially in the current climate) I imagine more and more students using mobile devices for moodle. Are their apps for screen readers on mobile that work well with moodle? (for info we don't have the moodle app at the moment).