During this episode of IDIODC, Chris and Brent bring on special guest Brian Dusablon to share the many lessons he's learned while working to create inclusive and accessible learning experiences for ALL learners.
Susi Miller, author of Designing Accessible Learning Content joins us on this episode of IDIODC. We cover the wide ranging topic of accessibility and how ID's and eLearning developers can do more to improve access for all. We also talk about the basics of accessibility and how you can level up your career by being more sensitive to designing and developing more accessible learning solutions.
How can we make the course a forced learning, i.e. the learner should click each interaction in order to complete the course?
LCMS 101: What is a Learning Content Management System?
I've already created an action for the player controls to have the "next" button accessible only once the page content has been viewed, but I have an additional "next" button at the bottom of my Flow page. How do I also make this only accessible once the learner has viewed all of the page content (including flip cards, tabs, etc.)?
What Non-Disabled People Get Wrong About Accessibility
A great article to help you gain better perspective when designing accessible content.
In some cases you need to create a timer for the content as a user may need to remain in a course for a certain amount of time before they can obtain credit.
Ashley Sinclair, founder of MAAS Marketing, joins us to discuss marketing and comms strategies for your learning solutions. Join us and learn more about improving your training success rates with better marketing!
The Accessibility Settings tab includes context-specific tips and advice to help you make content more accessible to all learners
I added an input box to my project for users to enter their ID #, however there is no button or option to "submit" or "enter" once they type in their ID in the box.
How can I gather the info that is submitted through the input box?