Strategies to Save Time and Reduce Costs for Accessible Digital Learning
Editor’s note: Content originally featured in the August 2017 TD Magazine, ATD’s award-winning monthly magazine that covers learning and development industry best practices, emerging technologies, and trends.
Workforce trends on diversity, equity, and inclusion have renewed attention to accessibility’s role across business, government, and education. A critical element remains creating digital content usable and navigable to everyone, without excluding those who may want to participate, but who have visual, auditory, mobility, or other impairments.
“E-Learning for All,” provides a solid introduction on why it’s critical to consider accessibility requirements during course development.
Discover ways to save time and reduce costs while learning:
- Why accessible e-learning matters (“Why should I care?”)
- What is meant by “accessible e-learning”
- The role of accessibility standards in e-learning development
- How the course development process impacts accessibility
- Who has responsibility for accessibility during the course creation process
- Why accessible e-learning doesn’t have to mean boring e-learning
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“E-Learning for All” is a property of TD Magazine and was originally published in the August 2017 issue, available to members of ATD, the Association of Talent Development. It is also available as a podcast and may be downloaded to Kindle from the TD archives on the ATD website.
Image source: Images include screen grab of “E-Learning for All” article layout, Copyright 2017 by TD Magazine.
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