Creating Accessible Elearning

It Takes Effort and Attention to Create Accessible Elearning. Who Benefits? Have you ever wondered whether your elearning needs to be accessible? That is, whether […]

VR headsets: Which one is for you?; 12 AR apps for students; VR is helping the prison system; & more

Part 2: Virtual Reality Headsets: Which One Is For You? — from     Excerpt: It’s 2017, a new year, and another tremendous growth […]

Digital Accessibility: Enabling Participation in the Information Society

A free, online course on Digital Accessibility starts next Monday (6 February). The course has been created by University of Southampton through the FutureLearn platform […]

Accessibility and the Multiple Choice Quiz Slides

I’ve answered several questions regarding accessibility and the pre-built Captivate quiz slides over the past few months and decided to put the information here for […]

If you can have a vivid sense of presence – using VR – at an NBA game, why cant’ we bring remote learners into F2F classrooms?

  You can be sitting ‘courtside’ at NBA games with virtual reality — from by Bill Oram Excerpt: “The result is a really strong […]

How to Make Sure Your Online Education Materials Are Section 508 Compliant

You may already know that your eLearning materials must be fully compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act — but what does full compliance […]

Displaying The Text Version Of Audio In Storyline 360

How To Add A Text Version Of Audio In Storyline 360 In this tutorial, I’ll show you how add a text version of audio narration […]

Moodle Monday: The Basics – Text Editor, Accessibility and Labels

In this Moodle Monday post we will be going back to basics and recapping some of the essential tools for Moodle. The Text Editor The […]

Accessibility – Lessons Learned

OK, folks, here goes nothing. Let me start this by providing my bit about my background. I’ve been designing, developing and certifying 508 complaint web […]

Adobe Captivate: Accessibility Text

by Kevin Siegel, CTT, COTP,   I received the following email last week concerning Adobe Captivate and accessibility. Hi,   I’m using your Adobe Captivate 9: Beyond the Essentials workbook […]

Quality Control: Best Practices in Online Course Design and Delivery

Like any other product or service, online course design and development must be subjected to quality control (QC) standards to ensure that its users’ needs […]

Comparing Video Hosting, Transcribing, and Captioning Tools

Video is a powerful instructional tool, but some of your students will need the extra step of captions in order to fully appreciate the message […]