LEARNING OBJECTIVES Learn tips for asking questions and getting information Identify where you are in your accessibility awareness Practice some common accessibility concepts/tools
What we have faced in eLearning Take home some handy resources AGENDA Courage and the Power of Questions Take Accessibility Familiarity Survey Hands on practice station rotation of four key accessible design tools:
Closed Caption Text Reader Color Contrast Alt Text Lessons Learned from a testers perspective Reflection RISE
There is no greater threat to the critics and cynics and fearmongers than those of us who are willing to fall because we have learned how to rise. - Brene Brown website COURAGE CATALYST
This is the space where we recognize people who bring courage and love to the places that need it the most. Their work reaches far beyond what they do everyday they are the change makers, culture shifters, and light bearers. They are Courage Catalysts. - Brene Brown website
COURAGE Courage is asking for what you need. - Brene Brown THE POWER OF
ASKING QUESTIONS QUESTIONS TO ASK Is there an accessibility policy? Do we have accessibility standards? Is there an accessibility team or expert?
FINDINGS Through asking questions, I met some new folks! Kathy - Accessibility Coordinator Kellie - LMS Coordinator Angela - Accessibility checker for our LMS Valerie - Accessible eLearning Mike - Heads up the A Team, in the Civil Rights office.
TURN AND TALK How might you craft and ask questions to learn about and create awareness of accessibility at your workplace? TOOLS, TOOLS AND MORE TOOLS WHAT TOOLS?
What tools does your workplace use in designing online content? ACCESSIBILITY FAMILIARITY SURVEY Type the below bit.ly into your browser to access
and fill out a brief survey Answer each question to the best of your current knowledge (there are no wrong answers) Accessibility Familiarity Survey bit.ly\AU19_AccessibilitySurvey THE SURVEY SAYS?!
HANDS ON PRACTICE Now lets take time to explore some of the following accessibility tools:
Closed Captions Text To Speech Chrome extensions Color Contrast Analyzer Creating Alt Text STATION ROTATIONS Click on the below button of the station you would like to learn. It will take you to the slide for that station in this slidedeck.
Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4
Station Rotation Interactive Google Slides STATION 1 - CLOSED CAPTIONS Objective: Learn how to turn on Closed Captions in YouTube Step set: How To Turn On Closed Captions on YouTube Videos:
Creating Subtitles and Closed Captions on Your Youtube Videos Closed Captioning and Accessibility STATION 2 - TEXT TO SPEECH (TTS) Objective: Install a TTS tool and/or learn more about TTS Step Set: Google: Installing a Text to Speech Chrome Extension
Mac OS: Setting up Text to Speech Windows: How to Use Narrator Screen Reader Videos: Web Accessibility Perspectives: Text to Speech Read & Write for Google - Everything You Need to Know STATION 3 - COLOR CONTRAST ANALYZER Objective: Install a free Colour Contrast Analyzer by The Paciello
Group and use the dropper tool to get a color contrast ratio. Step Set: Paciello Group: Colour Contrast Analyzer Direct Installs CCAe for Mac Download
CCAe for Windows Download Open Colour Contrast Analyzer from your device Open a document or website Use dropper tool to get a color contrast ratio Videos: How to use Colour Contrast Analyser Tool How to check for accessible colors -- A11ycasts #17
COLOR CONTRAST RATIO WCAG 2.1 level AA requires a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1 for normal text and 3:1 for large text. Level AAA requires a contrast ratio of at least 7:1 for normal text and 4.5:1 for large text. Large text is defined as 14 point (typically 18.66px) and bold or larger, or 18 point (typically 24px) or larger.
STATION 4 - ALT TEXT Objective: Review resources for adding alt text Resources with Step Sets: Web Aim - Alt Text Basics Adding Alt Text Tutorials Videos: Adding Alternative Text to Images in Word & PowerPoint
Composing Meaningful Alternative Text Adding Alternate Text to an Image in a PDF in Adobe Acrobat Pro TABLE/PARTNER SHARE Share with a partner the stations that you visited any learning goal(s) that were created in your short dive.
ALL MEANS ALL! Accessibility and UDL - Skip Stahl talks about the intersection of UDL and accessibility. WHAT WE HAVE FACED IN ELEARNING
WHAT WE HAVE FACED IN ELEARNING, CONTINUED UNCLEAR LINK TEXT Avoid For more information about accessibility, click here
Or learn more or click here, here and here Why is this a problem Screen readers search for/scroll through links Here is small (hard to find) and ambiguous SCANNING LINKS ON SCREEN READERS Voice Over Screen
Reader JAWS Screen Reader HEADINGS ON SCREEN READERS Voice Over Screen
Reader JAWS Screen Reader ORANGE BACK BUTTON AND BLUE NEXT BUTTON
PIE GRAPH EXAMPLE SCREEN READER AND ALT TEXT GOOD THIS EXAMPLE IS GOOD ENOUGH. COULD BE BETTER.
Man in a cowboy hat. SCREEN READER AND ALT TEXT - BAD THE EXAMPLE IS TOTALLY INCORRECT.
Spaghetti SCREEN READER AND ALT TEXT UGLY YUP PRETTY UGLY. IMG0051
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY Clint Eastwood as Blondie. Lee Van Cleef as Angel Eyes/Sentenza. Eli Wallach as Tuco.
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND Accessibility can add up to 40% more time to eLearning development. Learning Modules should be 5 to 7 minutes long. When using complex images such a charts or graphs, a long description is needed in addition to a short alt text. ALSO KEEP IN MIND
Test questions must be found in all mediums used in the course: audio, video, text version. Watch for acronyms, abbreviations, and shortened words. Be mindful of how people may comprehend similes, metaphors, slang or jargon, and idioms. RESOURCES Colour Contrast Analyser
Google Text-to-Speech Writing effective ALT text Captioning Your Own Video for Free Canvas Accessibility HHS Accessibility Center Web Aim Nomensa Accessibility Checklist Before and After Demonstration
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 ) WUHCAG 2.0 Checklists REFLECTION CLOSING CIRCLE THE END
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