Accessibility and Usability: Take Action

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Accessibility and Usability: Take Action

Practice with Visual Design

Accessibility and usability are no accident. They are achieved by design. By practicing you can achieve facility with visual design basics.

Accessibility and Usability Checklist

As you develop your course in Brightspace, be sure to use this checklist to review the accessibility and usability of your course. This checklist is based on the Quality Matters Specific Review Standards 8.1-8.6.

  • ✓ Course navigation facilitates ease of use.
  • ✓ The course design facilitates readability.
  • ✓ The course provides accessible text and images in files, documents, LMS pages, and web pages to meet the needs of diverse learners.
  • ✓ The course provides alternative means of access to multimedia content in formats that meet the needs of diverse learners.
  • ✓ Course multimedia facilitate ease of use.
  • ✓ Vendor accessibility statements are provided for all technologies required in the course.

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