Making eLearning Accessible for Everyone

Why is Web Accessibility and WCAG important?

Accessibility in eLearning involves the creation of a piece of online learning that can be experienced by as many people as possible. It is common that government agencies focus the most intently on accessibility, as do higher education institutions and corporations, but it’s a good idea for everyone to follow accessibility best practices. eLearning is a fantastic way to keep your staff trained and up-to-date, but what if the user is vision impaired, hearing impaired or has poor motor skills?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, is a global set of guidelines followed around the world, to ensure that online content can be easily accessed and utilised by users that experience that content through a variety of means, including screen-readers, specialised hardware, even using closed-captioning, and visual design to accommodate low vision and colour blindness.

Accessibility in Lectora 18

Latest Lectora Updates Focus On Accessible Content

Lectora Inspire and Lectora Online have long been the industry leader in developing content that adheres to WCAG 2.0 AA standards for accessibility. With the latest updates in Lectora Inspire 18 and Lectora Online, the main focus has been improvements for accessibility. With over 25 accessibility updates to ensure smooth content creation.

Get Started With Lectora Basic Accessible Template

Lectora’s fully WCAG enabled template, explains how to build for accessibility with built in examples.

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"Making eLearning Accessible"

For more tips on accessibility in Lectora and other eLearning, click below for a FREE eBook.

Your WCAG Partner

At ITC Learning, we offer a range of content development services to help you create a custom eLearning solution. On top of this, our eLearning Design Team are experts at building courses for Accessibility. With over 100 WCAG compliant eLearning projects under our belts, we can build your next eLearning project and ensure compliance with full WCAG 2.0 AA standards.

Already have a project built, but need to make sure it is fully accessible? Our Design Team can give you a hand converting your eLearning to comply with the standards and get you WCAG ready.

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Our Clients

ITC Learning are the go-to experts for WCAG compliance and eLearning for Accessibility. Some of the clients we’ve helped to achieve full accessibility include: Office of The Children’s Guardian, National Australia Bank and  RCPAQAP as well as the Australian Government: Comcare, Department of Defence and Fairwork Ombudsman.

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Training Services

Building your own WCAG compliant eLearning content or hoping to start? ITC Learning’s expert facilitators can show you how.

Our training team have been certified for Web Accessibility Techniques and Testing by Vision Australia, and frequently deliver a number of training offerings to get you started with WCAG and accessible authoring.

Project Consultation

Have a project that needs a WCAG touch-up? We can review the course and let you know what’s missing, or where we can help.

 

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Customised Session

Looking for a general overview on what WCAG is and how you can apply it to your Lectora development? Let us show you how it all works!

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