Two Significant Accessibility Issues with Captivate 2019

Recently the University of Colorado Boulder’s Accessibility and Usability Lab (AUL) identified several issues with our online courses created using Adobe Captivate 2019 (11.0.1.266). Though […]

Not another ‘Learning Trends 2019’ list – here’s what we really need to do better this year

There’s been a deluge of prediction lists recently, as there always is at this time of the year. ‘Learning trends 2019’… ‘What’s hot in L&D […]

Custom, Accessible Quiz: Development Highlights

I recently posted a showcase – a Custom, Accessible Quiz. This was a shorter, rewritten and rebranded version of a fully customized, yet accessible quiz […]

7 Things We Learned At A11y Camp about inclusive design

Digital accessibility and inclusive design is fairly straightforward concept: when you make something, you want to ensure that it can be accessed and interpreted by […]

Executive Function Deficits Determine Student Achievement [Friedman]

Executive Function Deficits Determine Student Achievement — from thejournal.com by Sara Friedman A new report finds the achievement gap tends to widen with students having […]

Quick Tips to Enhance the Accessibility of the Websites

This is a very informative post from guest author Fatemah Sahar, who is a senior SEO analyst  at Cooperative Communiting, a  WordPress development service USA.  […]

DC: Is this type of functionality another piece of a next generation, powerful, *global* learning platform!?!?!

  Presentation Translator for PowerPoint — from Microsoft (emphasis below from DSC:) Presentation Translator breaks down the language barrier by allowing users to offer live, subtitled […]

The Top 5 Reasons to Love Lectora Online’s Latest Release

Calling all eLearning developers! If you haven’t logged into Lectora Online lately, you could be missing out on some sweet upgrades that came your way […]

The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2018

The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2018 — from educationnext.org Excerpt: Every December, Education Next releases a list of the most popular articles we published over the course […]

Webinar: Accessibility and Usability… Where do they overlap in eLearning?

Accessible content and usable content are often viewed as separate, mutually exclusive outcomes that employ different design approaches, requirements, and principles. As such, organizations, corporations, […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 12/10/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: How to handle one of the most challenges phrases in L&D Tips on how to support […]

High Contrast and 508 Accessiblity

I’m having a problem when my courses are tested for 508 Accessibility in that they are failing the “High Contrast” test.  This is apparently a […]

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