Getting Started with Accessible Elearning (and 2018 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference Takeaways)

Accessibility can be huge, and it can be overwhelming if you’re just starting….Where do I start? Well, the answer is you just start wherever you can. Being partially accessible is better than not being accessible at all.” – Kevin Gumienny on getting started with accessible elearning

A few days after returning to Austin from the 2018 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in San Diego, Microassist colleagues Vivian Cullipher, content specialist, and Kevin Gumienny, senior learning architect, wanted to provide some quick tips on how to design online training (elearning) that could work for everyone, including people with visual, auditory, mobility, or cognitive impairments.

Most government agencies and educational organizations are required to make all their online content accessible, including elearning. Please see our Accessibility IT Services for Government and Microassist Accessibility Services pages for how Microassist can help you both meet requirements and increase the usability of your custom training.

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