In this episode you’ll meet Dan Richards, CEO of Interactive Advantage, an eLearning and media development firm. Dan has been a long-time Lectora developer and also specializes in Section 508 compliance. His company, www.interactiveadvantage.com, develops eLearning and media content for a wide array of clients.
Watch Dan Richards and Ron Wincek from Interactive Advantage as they share the benefits of and best practices for developing accessible eLearning with Lectora. Dive into images, audio, interactions, timing, and more in ways that provide the best experience for all learners and are Section 508 compliant.
In the webinar, you’ll learn: what 508/WCAG is, essential elements required for accessibility in an eLearning course and tips and tricks learned from the professionals, including skip navigation, closed captioning, accessible question types, and more
This is an updated version of the DRAFT template for Lectora Online designed to be 508-compliant (fully accessible). There are still missing elements (e.g., form fields, additional potentially accessible interactions, etc.) and likely some elements I’ve tried to make accessible, but still need some tweaking. Speaking of tweaking, I have done my best to make […]
This one-page title provides an example of a video that includes closed caption text for Section 508 and WCAG compliance. The closed_caption.xml document attached via the Add Captions button on the video Properties ribbon demonstrates how you can also style the text of the captions. Click the Download Lectora File button on the right to […]
This sample title contains a drop-down list object, actions, and script that will allow you to change the size of the text in any text block without scaling the entire page. This is useful for titles that need to be WCAG/508 compliant. To use it, copy and paste the Drop-down List object, External HTML Object header script, […]
I am wondering how many Lectora users have encountered this scenario during course development (?): You have defined your navigation buttons Next and Back at the title level to Go To the Next Page and Go To the Previous Page, respectfully. And then, on any one particular page, you need your Next Button or your […]
Web accessibility is an important part of the development process that should be considered with your initial course design. In this course, you will learn specific methods and examples to help you create accessible content. Discover the steps you can take in Lectora to further ensure that your title meets the Section 508 requirements as […]
Lectora makes it easy for you to build content that complies with Section 508 and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 – a set of recommendations for making Web content more accessible to a wide range of learners with disabilities. In this session, you’ll learn how with the release of Lectora 11.3, Lectora now supports your efforts to satisfy the updated requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA – a stricter set of guidelines that has resulted in a new set of Web Accessibility Options in Lectora. New features include test and title language declaration, visible focus indicators and closed captioning for audio. Learn easy, straightforward ways you can meet the criteria for 508 and WCAG 2.0 AA compliance.
Explore Lectora’s newest features and enhancements! In this session, you’ll learn all about the Lectora 11.3 release. From UTF-8 support to six new languages, Lectora 11.3 supports international training development efforts. Along with updates to object transitions, this release includes the latest versions of Flypaper, Camtasia and Snagit. This session will also cover how to: Achieve Level AA support for WCAG 2.0 using the updated Web Accessibility Settings; Automate the task of tracking the status of visited chapter, sections and pages; Incorporate status icons into a Table of Contents or Menu, or add a Status Indicator Object; Trigger a conditional action based on the learner’s status in the course or set a section to “complete” when the learner finishes an activity, question or interaction.