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 […]

Dark Learning? Why You Should Consider Adding A ‘Night Mode’ To Your LMS

The introduction of a “dark mode” on MoodleNet, Moodle LMS’ social network for educators, still in testing stage, reportedly became a team favorite. This has […]

7 Components of High-Quality Online Content

Students of today are very different from those in the past. Is education changing to keep up? Probably not fast enough. I was an online […]

Accessibility in Online Learning

Sample Bar Graph that Includes an Accessible, Alternative Version in a Table Technology is present in every facet of life. It is now common in […]

Captivate: if I output to HTML, I have to un-check “Auto Label” box in “Item Accessibility” and enter my own text?

I am trying to create accessible e-Learning. Also, I am required to output my course file in HTML format. HOWEVER, it seems like the auto […]

Will the new Accessibility Regulations make any real difference?

On 23 September, 2018, the EU Web Accessibility Directive became law. Websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies have to meet an accessibility requirement. While not explicitly […]

Mapping How The Moodle 3.6 Stars Align. Moodle Forum Beat

Weeks away from its bearing, Moodle Open Source Development Coordinator, Sander Bengma lists Moodle 3.6’s main threads the team is working on towards the November […]

WCAG 2.1: What You Need To Know

At CourseArc, our mission is clear–make the development of high-quality and accessible online courses easy. Our templated approach makes creating engaging and interactive content a […]

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