WCAG - 508: Accessibility (37)

Providing support for all your learners is more is critical for many reason. Accessibility design is about making sure your content is accessible to all no matter how they are accessing the content and interacting with it. WCAG and 508 are standards that were designed to provide guidelines for the support of this type of design.

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2021-04-14

Accessible e-learning is becoming a vital aspect of a well-rounded diversity strategy for government, corporations, and education institutions. In this class, you will learn about Section 508 and WCAG accessibility standards, how they relate to each other, and how they relate to your accessibility strategy. You will also leverage the dominKnow | ONE features and development best practices to design, develop, and test your e-learning courses for standards compliance. The goal is to produce acc...

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2020-08-24

As eLearning professionals, we are tasked with providing training and support to all personnel in our organization.

Often in embarking on this task we don’t fully know what the totality of this audience encompasses.

In fact, it’s very easy to focus solely on the content and how we can communicate the desired information in an engaging manner that we and our learning audience can easily digest. While the big picture rarely escapes us, it’s easy to lose sight of some of the realities that man...

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2020-11-03

Several months ago, we blogged about why everyone should care about accessibility standards in eLearning. We made our case for tackling accessibility head-on, rather than making it an afterthought.

We wanted to follow up by exploring the ways we put this philosophy into practice with dominKnow | ONE. We've worked hard to include features in our authoring tools that empower users to do more than meet minimum legal standards.

Our goal is to help you optimize the eLearning experience of your...

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2020-11-03

Creating Better Learning For All
You could do a better job with authoring accessible eLearning.

It's not really your fault.

The truth is, we can all do a better job.

We should strive not just to do the bare minimum, but to optimize the experience of all learners.

How do you do that, and why should you bother?

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2019-08-21

I've read about some concerns in other authoring tools not having support for CC files. Within dominKnow|ONE it's easy. And they even work great within our responsive development environment (FLOW).

You can see how easy it is to upload separate CC files depending on the languages you need to support but did you know that the platform will select the appropriate CC file (language) to display based on the users platform settings?

Your learners also have the option in the video play back con...

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2020-04-09

As eLearning professionals, we are tasked with providing training and support to all personnel in our organization.

Often in embarking on this task we don’t fully know what the totality of this audience encompasses.

In fact, it’s very easy to focus solely on the content and how we can communicate the desired information in an engaging manner that we and our learning audience can easily digest. While the big picture rarely escapes us, it’s easy to lose sight of some of the realities that man...

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2020-12-22

How do people who cannot move their arms use your website? What about people who cannot see well or at all? Or people who have difficulty hearing or understanding, or have other disabilities?

This resource introduces how people with disabilities, including people with age-related impairments, use the Web. It describes tools and approaches that people with different kinds of disabilities use to browse the Web and the barriers they encounter due to poor design. It helps developers, designers, ...

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2019-09-09

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative
This site contains guidelines, techniques, discussions and information on making web content accessible, as well as managing and evaluating accessibility.

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