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3 Reasons to Caption Your YouTube Videos
Captions are an absolute necessity for serious video creators, and here are the three most compelling reasons.
Using VoiceOver to Evaluate Web Accessibility
In the article, Using VoiceOver to Evaluate Web Accessibility WebAim provides essential tips and tricks to using VoiceOver to evaluate a site's accessibility.
Test Accessibility on Your Device with VoiceOver
App developers should, Test Accessibility on Your Device with VoiceOver in order to experience the app in the same way that VoiceOver users will experience it.
Accessible Health Care Information from WellPoint (Blue Cross/Blue Shield)
A recent blog post, Accessible Health Care Information from WellPoint (Blue Cross/Blue Shield), by Lainey Feingold shares helpful information about the commitment WellPoint has made regarding the accessibility of online healthcare.
How to use NVDA and Firefox to test your web pages for accessibility
A recent blog post, How to use NVDA and Firefox to test your web pages for accessibility, by Marco provides a guide to testing your web sites or web applications using both NVDA and Firefox.
Why Do My Documents Need To Be Accessible?
A recent article, Why Do My Documents Need To Be Accessible?, by Siteimprove discusses the process and rules for making PDF documents accessible.
How-To Guide for Creating Accessible Online Learning Content
Thanks to a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to craft a 'How-To Guide for Creating Accessible Online Learning Content', you now have at your fingertips the up-to-date advice for authoring usable content.
Testing Moodle for Accessibility
We would also like to thank the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for funding a research project entitled 'Testing Moodle for Accessibility.' The result of this project is a survey of existing accessibility work in Moodle, descriptions of how blind and vision-impaired users interact with web-based materials, and many specific recommendations to improve Moodle.
Learn More About Accessibility
Here are some of our favorite explanations of what makes a website not just technically accessible but truly user-friendly.