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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITY ACT (AODA) ITEM NO. 004 AN INFOGRAPHIC FOR E-LEARNING PROFESSIONALS ITEM NO. 001 SIGHT & SOUND MOBILITY Create e-Learning content that can be presented using assistive technologies without losing the objective of the learning. Consider... Closed Captioning description here lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,consectetur adipsicsing elit The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA, 2005) has set out a clear goal and timeframe to make Ontario accessible by 2025. The Act lays the standards for the development of province-wide mandatory standards on accessibility in all areas of person's daily life including access to educational and training modality such as e-Learning that is accessible. ... Descriptive Video Screen Reader Colour Contrast Structure the content so that it is presented in a logical, predictable manner so that the learner can navigate through it easily. Avoid mouse-only navigation or interaction and make contentkeyboard accessible Offer an alternative modality such as transcripts of videos and audio, or a text version of the learning including braille, if required. Create e-Learningthat is alsomobile-friendly. Create content that is... Operable - Create a user interface that is operable by a person with a disability by providing ways to help users navigate with ease;without relying on an interaction that a person with a disability cannot perform or sense. Understandable - Make content that is readable using clear simple language. Use non-decorative fonts like Arial, Helvetica or Verdana. Avoid italics or bolding ofevery word. Perceivable - Information must bepresentable to users in ways thatit can be perceived. For example, provide alternatives for non-textcontent. Create content that can be presented differently without losing the information, learning objective or structure. Robust - Create content that is robust, which can be interpreted readily by current and future assistive technologies. Plan on structure that will requirelittle or no edits as technology evolves. Perceivable - Content must be presentable to users with a disability in ways they can be perceived. For example, provide text alternatives for non-textcontents. Ensure that contentcan be presented without losing information, learning objective, or structure. Operable - Create content that is easy to navigate and structure that is not only mouse-dependent. Users must be able to use a keyboard to navigate through the e-Learning. Develop a structure that does not interfere or require interaction that a user with a disability cannot perform or sense. Disclaimer: This is not a legal document or endorsed by the government of Ontario. This document is NOT the AODA Compliance Act. Please visit for more information. Created by: Aristotle Domingo
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