Designing Accessible eLearning Courses

Accessibility eLearning development has evolved from Web accessibility. Web accessibility is about making content, applications, websites, or any form of digital content that can be accessed over the internet by anyone from any place in the world.

But what does accessibility have to do with content, especially eLearning content? For starters, there are 7.8 billion people in the world and not everyone is similar. That implies that there are people with special challenges. But given we all love to consume content, we must make content that can be consumed by everyone, even the ones who are specially challenged.

Web accessibility has derived some standards to make it possible for companies to create content that can be consumed by everyone. These standard guidelines are also necessary as many countries have laws to ensure that the eLearning content is as per this standard. 

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