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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, images 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...
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