Developing Accessible e-Learning – Where to Begin

With so many instructional design models, online content and e-Learning development tools it’s easy to get overwhelmed with choices or waylaid by the tools themselves.

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How much time does it take to remediate a site or application for compliance?

One question we receive a lot at Level Access is, how long does it take to bring a system into compliance with Section 508 or.

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How do I determine if my web site or application is Section 508 compliant?

By far the most common question we receive here at Level Access is how do I determine if this thing is 508 compliant? To answer that question we have to at three key questions. To be 508 compliant you have to be able to answer each question in the affirmative.

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Methods of Indicating the Purpose of a Link

Overview The different methods of indicating a link’s purpose are often misunderstood and incorrectly implemented. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) explicitly require that link.

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How to get a VPAT

Many customers come to Level Access with the goal of getting a VPAT for their product. (Often that happens sometime between April and July when.

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Normative and Functional Testing

As the field of accessibility has become larger, it has also become more formal and professional. Prior to formal accessibility standards, governments and other organizations.

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