Some of the most common accessibility problems related to course content include inaccessible course notes, PowerPoint slides or improperly captioned audio/video material (including clips downloaded from YouTube), and PDF files that are scanned graphics with no markup . Lecture capture, where lectures are recorded and played in the future (often without captioning), is also increasingly problematic, as are social networking software, designed for use within a campus, and e-book hardware required for use in courses, that are inaccessible .
- Chapter 3. The discriminatory impact of digital inaccessibility
- from Ensuring Digital Accessibility through Process and Policy
- Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
- Released: June 2015
Accessibility and LMS
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