G Suite for diverse learners

The needs and learning styles of every student will differ. That's why we create Google for Education products with accessibility in mind, to help every student learn, be inspired and achieve their full potential.

Children using an Acer Chromebook to communicate.

Making tools more accessible for all, worldwide

Keep more students included, engaged and informed with Google for Education. Our tools are designed to be accessible for as many students as possible, including those with physical and sensory disabilities and specific learning disabilities.

Feature availability across G Suite for Education

Screen reader
Keyboard shortcuts
Braille display
High-contrast support
Change buttons to text
Type with voice
Add caption tracks

Gmail

Calendar

Drive

Docs

Sheets

Slides

Forms

Sites

Classroom

Hangouts

Groups

Accessibility apps

Apps within reach of more learners

  • Google Forms logo

    Forms

    Edit forms with a screen reader and set up quick keyboard shortcuts for greater accessibility.

  • Google Calendar logo

    Calendar

    Use Calendar with compatible screen reader software, easy keyboard shortcuts and automatic syncing with Microsoft Outlook.

  • Google Sheets logo

    Sheets

    Comment, collaborate and edit spreadsheets with screen readers, and set up easy keyboard shortcuts.

  • Google Drawings logo

    Drawings

    Edit drawings with a screen reader and use a braille display to read and enter text.

  • Google Hangouts Meet logo

    Hangouts Meet

    Use Hangouts Meet with screen readers and live captions. You can also add keyboard shortcuts for Hangouts, Hangouts Chrome extensions and the Hangouts app.

  • Google Drive logo

    Drive

    Upload, create, edit and share files with Drive on the web. Use accessibility tools and customisations to leverage Drive for learners with diverse needs.

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