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Alternative text ("alt-text") is descriptive text added to an image. This text is read by special screen-reading software that describes the page to individuals who may have vision difficulties. It is important to include alt-text (even if it is blank) ...
Alternative text ("alt-text") is descriptive text added to an image. This text is read by special screen-reading software that describes the page to individuals who may have vision difficulties. It is important to include alt-text (even if it is bl...
_While images are not crucial to a good Moodle site, they do play a role in focusing students' attention, breaking up blocks of text, and supporting your course content. It is very easy to add images to a Moodle label [http://go.augsburg.edu/moodlelabel],...
HOW TO CREATE ACCESSIBLE PDFS: It is important to create accessible PDF files for anyone who needs or find it helpful to use screen reading software. Some people can only interface with a PDF by using a screen reader and others may find it helpful for co...
This article shows how to define exclusive access to any activity or resource in moodle to a group of students. This can be used to managing content in courses with merged enrolments between lower-division and upper-division students or multiple sections ...
YouTube videos can be made available to the wider community for enabling volunteers to add closed-captioning. * Use media transcription standards such as those adopted by the FCC. These include: accurate spelling, sentence case, proper grammar and punct...
ATTO is a newer Moodle content editor. In comparison to the current editor, TinyMCE, Atto is streamlined in order to help increase the accessibility of Moodle sites. This article explains the toolbar buttons on the new content editor which appear in all f...
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