25 Years of ADA: Practical e-learning readability and accessibility tips

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) will turn twenty-five on July 26, 2015.


We're celebrating by sharing a guide to making e-learning materials accessible to all learners.  

If you're anything like me, you want to get it "right."  But that can make you freeze in your tracks.  I'm using the #ADA25 celebration as a reason to create a deadline for myself -- a reason to hit publish and share a guide that will hopefully help you make your education and outreach materials more accessible.

Is it perfect?  Probably not.  But is it helping anyone if I don't share it?  No.

I hope you'll use this guide the next time you create e-learning materials -- but I also hope the fear of not getting it "right" doesn't stop you from trying one or two things to make your materials more accessible and sharing your work.

There are a lot of things to think of, so we've simplified it a bit with a checklist:
  1. Choose a document format
  2. Choose fonts wisely
  3. Consider colors
  4. Use structured headings
  5. Add alt-text for images
  6. Check reading level
  7. Check overall accessibility

Learn more: Readability and Accessibility: A guide to making e-learning materials accessible to all learners

How will you celebrate #ADA25?

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