Accessible elearning: how to create WCAG compliant learning online

Are your e-learning courses available to everyone? Or are some elements difficult – or impossible – to access for people with different abilities?

The good news is that creating accessible eLearning is easy to do – and in most cases can be the default approach to designing and developing online learning materials.

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 defines the approaches that developers and designers should follow when creating online content – including e-learning courses. Read more about our Accessible E-Learning here.

In this article we’ll explore an overview of the guidelines and how they relate specifically to the content and materials you provide to learners.

Why is accessibility important?

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