Improving the accessibility of online course content in post #8 of the series. #A11Y
Earlier in this series of blog posts, we looked at online course accessibility concerns for third-party tools, simple and complex images, and video captions. This week we’ll focus on making HTML content pages more accessible to students with disabilities, particularly for those students using assistive technology such as a screen reader.
We’ll start with a quick look at four simple improvements that you can make to your existing online courses.