Designing with Visual and Audio Accessibility in Mind: What You Need to Know

A few years back, I was on a team designing a program for employee career development. One of our tasks was to create a profile […]

Join me at AERA 2019 in Toronto

I’ll be attending my second conference of the American Educational Research Association (#AERA19) this year. The theme is ‘Leveraging Education Research in a Post-Truth Era: […]

New TEL:US Podcast: Dawn Green from The Karten Network

Visit the podcast page to listen to the latest show. On this show I had the opportunity to chat to Dawn Green, Development Co-ordinator at […]

HTML5 Tab Navigation to Interactive Elements

When publishing to Flash, tab navigation highlights the in-focus item with a yellow highlighted box. When publishing to HTML5 only, there is no highlight box […]

Higher Education’s 2019 Trend Watch & Top 10 Strategic Technologies [ECAR]

  Higher Education’s 2019 Trend Watch & Top 10 Strategic Technologies — from EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) Most Influential Trends Growing complexity […]

Building a 508-Compliant Game—Is It Possible?

  Gamification is great, but is it accessible? That’s a question we often receive from webinar attendees. So, our instructional designer, Misty Harding, answered a […]

The week the internet was 30

image from https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-47524474 I’ve often wondered if what we call the internet keeps Sir Tim Berners Lee awake at night. Reading his open letter to […]

Captions export blank

I’ve got a pretty straight-forward Captivate file with about 140 slides. I have TTS on almost all of the slides. I have closed captioning turned […]

7 Things You Should Know About Accessibility Policy [ELI / EDUCAUSE]

7 Things You Should Know About Accessibility Policy — from library.educause.edu Excerpt: Websites from the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) of the California State University, Penn […]

Ways to make your classroom more accessible and inclusive with #MicrosoftEDU

Originally posted as part of my Summer takeover on the Microsoft Education blog, this post explores the ways in which you can use Microsoft tools […]

Make Your Google Docs More Accessible

As educators, there are many things we can do to make our Google Docs more accessible to our students. We should always be thinking about […]

Social media accessibility #EasierToRead

Accessibility of online materials should be on all our minds, all the time. Whether it’s the font type and size, colours, <alt> text and descriptions […]

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