Published: April 18, 2016

Trivantis Releases New Accessibility eBook

Discover why you need to create accessible content, tips and tricks for making interactive and accessible content, printable Accessibility Development Checklist.


Christie Wroten

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Trivantis®, makers of Lectora®, ReviewLink™, and CourseMill®, releases eBook titled Making eLearning Accessible. This free Trivantis eBook download explains the basic concept of accessibility, why accessible eLearning is important, specific steps for building accessible content, and more. Designed for training industry professionals, Making eLearning Accessible also discusses accessibility standards, including Section 508 and WCAG.

"Enabling all learners to access training equally is crucial—and a course developer doesn’t have to sacrifice engagement for accessibility," said John Blackmon, Trivantis Chief Technology Officer. "What’s great about this eBook is that it provides specific, step-by-step accessibility tips (including Lectora how-tos) that are easy to implement in your own training courses."

Topics discussed in the Making eLearning Accessible eBook include an introduction to accessibility, best practices for creating accessible content,  tips for making accessible content more interactive, and a printable accessibility development checklist with guidelines to follow during course development. The eBook also explains how to address factors such as keyboard accessibility, alternative text, captions, reading order and labels, learner controlled interactions, and color to create accessible eLearning content.

This eBook is a guide to help eLearning professionals learn about accessibility, along with how to create online learning experiences that include all learners and meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Section 508 requirements for making training content accessible to learners with disabilities.

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About Trivantis

Trivantis® empowers inspired learning with Lectora®, the world’s leading eLearning authoring software. Used by small and mid-sized businesses, Government, Education, and Global 2000 companies in more than 125 countries and offered in seven languages, Lectora with Responsive Course Design™ simplifies the development of mobile-friendly eLearning courses. Trivantis is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with offices in Florida, Paris, and London.