Section 508 Compliant eLearning

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9 Tips To Create Serious Games For Online Learners With Special Needs

9 Tips To Create Serious Games For Online Learners With Special Needs

Sunday, 10 September 2017 by Christopher Pappas

Does every member your audience benefit from your serious game strategy? In this article, I'll share 9 tips to create…

Gamification
3 Ways To Use eLearning To Support A Work Environment Of Diversity And Inclusion

3 Ways To Use eLearning To Support A Work Environment Of Diversity And Inclusion

Sunday, 2 July 2017 by Sheryl McDaniel-Burrell

We have a huge untapped pool of talented, educated adults who have been traditionally sidelined because of a physical disability.…

Corporate
6 Tips For Designing Accessible eLearning

6 Tips For Designing Accessible eLearning

Friday, 12 May 2017 by Sarah Flesher

This blog post will introduce you to the three main types of impairments: vision loss, hearing loss and cognitive impairments,…

Design and Development
5 Benefits Of eLearning For Disabled Students

5 Benefits Of eLearning For Disabled Students

Sunday, 16 April 2017 by Jessica Barden

Disabled students are classified into 8 categories according to their disabilities. With the advent of eLearning, education is no longer…

Best Practices
9 Tips To Design Section 508 Compliant Mobile Learning

9 Tips To Design Section 508 Compliant Mobile Learning

Monday, 13 March 2017 by Christopher Pappas

You want to create an inclusive corporate eLearning culture that honors employees' unique needs and abilities. But how do you…

Mobile Learning
508 Compliant eLearning: Tips And Tricks

508 Compliant eLearning: Tips And Tricks

Friday, 15 July 2016 by Marina Arshavskiy

Whether you regularly work on federally-funded eLearning projects, or whether you are focused on creating privately funded eLearning content, the…

Design and Development
Learning Is For Everyone: Instructional Design For Accessibility (Free Technical Article!)

Learning Is For Everyone: Instructional Design For Accessibility (Free Technical Article!)

Tuesday, 24 May 2016 by Christopher Pappas

As Instructional Designers, we’re always looking for new tools and best practices to deliver value to our learners. One thing…

Instructional Design
Inclusive And Accessible eLearning

Inclusive And Accessible eLearning

Friday, 5 February 2016 by Sabrina Taylor

To develop online courses that are more inclusive, the role of Instructional Designers must move beyond the orchestration and arrangement…

Instructional Design
3 Meanings Of Compliance And Why They Matter 

3 Meanings Of Compliance And Why They Matter 

Sunday, 15 November 2015 by Stephanie Ivec

Hello, new eLearning developer. It’s nice to meet you. Have you heard about this thing called “compliance” yet? Compliance is…

Design and Development
9 Tips To Develop Accessible eLearning

9 Tips To Develop Accessible eLearning

Thursday, 13 August 2015 by Christopher Pappas

In a dream world, everyone has access to learning; in the real world, online learning has been accessible to all…

Design and Development
Learning Disabilities In Online Training: 10 Facts eLearning Professionals Should Know

Learning Disabilities In Online Training: 10 Facts eLearning Professionals Should Know

Saturday, 20 June 2015 by Christopher Pappas

What exactly are learning disabilities? How do they impact online training? Can a learning disabled employee successfully complete your online…

Corporate
The Top 6 Benefits Of Closed Captioning eLearning Courses

The Top 6 Benefits Of Closed Captioning eLearning Courses

Wednesday, 1 April 2015 by Christopher Pappas

While closed captions may often be associated with the hearing impaired learners, the truth is that virtually all learners can…

Design and Development
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