Lectora is a rapid development tool that makes it possible for developers and non-developers alike to produce eLearning. The creators of Lectora market it as having the ability to generate 508 compliant courses. But what does “the ability to” really mean? It’s more than just checking a box—creating an accessible course requires familiarity with accessibility guidelines and a plan. I am going to help you get started on your plan[…]READ MORE about Creating Accessible Elearning with Lectora
At Microassist, accessibility is an essential priority as we develop elearning courses. We value education and strive to make our elearning accessible to everyone, even when it is not required. When starting new projects, I hear a lot of questions about accessible elearning. Clients wonder: What are the benefits of making training accessible? Will accessibility requirements interfere with their vision for the training? Creating accessible elearning can be intimidating at[…]READ MORE about Accessibility in Elearning – Why It’s Worth It
Adobe’s Captivate 4 software easy text-to-speech feature makes it possible to add spoken captions for ADA compliance to Elearning course content. Members of Austin ASTD Instructional Design SIG are shown how this can be done by guest speaker Hiram Kuykendall, Microassist CTO. How lifelike are the voices? Can you save time and money over recording human voice talent? Hiram demonstrates the software and summarizes the pros & cons of his[…]READ MORE about ASTD Presentation – Is Captivate Speaking to Me?