Accessible eLearning

Learning impairments are common. As we start to design our learning solutions, how will we allow for learning impairments whether physical, visual or hearing related? Even though we may not have requirements immediately, there may be a need for our solution to adapt to these requirements over time.

In this guide, we’ll walk you through the many choices you’ll need to make to design courses that meet popular accessibility standards, such as Section 508 and WCAG.

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You’ll learn:

  • What accessibility means in the e-learning setting
  • How to make sure your course can be navigated with keyboards
  • What needs to be included in your alt text
  • How to order images and text on screen for clarity
  • The best way to create highly-usable course navigation
  • What to consider when you
  • ’re including audio and video in your course
  • Great ways to make sure your screencasts are totally accessible
  • And you’ll get a handy list of do’s and don’ts you can refer to any time.
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