What You Need to Know About Accessibility And Inclusion In eLearning Design

by eLearning Brothers

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 20-25% of Americans identify as having at least 1 disability. And if 1 in 5 learners cannot access your content, this impacts your business. Find out how to design more inclusive, accessible content.

Key Chapters

  1. Introduction to Accessibility And Inclusion

    While it has been on the radar for some time, global events over the few years have put Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion front-and-center for most companies.

  2. Defining Accessibility

    Accessibility concerns the structure and containers that hold information, the way learners receive the information, and the way that information is formatted and then presented.

  3. Defining Inclusivity

    Inclusivity is the practice or policy of including people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those who have physical or mental disabilities and members of minority groups.

  4. Best Practices for Accessibility

    It helps immensely to have the right tools in your toolkit, such as authoring tools with functionality that supports WCAG guidelines and Section 508 requirements.

  5. Best Practices for Inclusivity

    When creating learning experiences, there are several strategies to ensure that your content is inclusive.

Companies have increasingly found that inclusivity is driving real business results as it helps enable communication, collaboration, and innovation.

Every learner should be able to hone crucial skills and maximize training opportunities. This guide shows you how to design personalized eLearning experiences that prioritize diversity and inclusion.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry, Inc.