Accessibility Toolkit [Faculty]

Description

The Accessibility Starter Tool kit allows educators to assess the accessibility of their course content and to identify existing common accessibility issues.

This Guide Will Help You to:

Add the Accessibility Review Block

  1. From inside your course, Turn Editing on and scroll to the bottom of the left-hand course menu page to find “Add a Block”

                  

  1. From the list of options select the first option titled “Accessibility Review”

  1. On the right-hand side of the Moodle course, the Accessibility Review Block is now Visible

4. Tools within the Accessibility Review

The eye with a line: turns on a heat map in the course. If enabled The "Failed" accessibility errors are highlighted orange. Those that “Passed” are highlighted in Green. Only the teacher in the course can see the heat map when turned on. 

5. Error List: In the Error list you can see the activity, error, and a link to direct edit to remediate the Accessibility Error. 

6. Download Summary Report: Accessibility Toolkit will download a .pdf format of the courses Accessibility Summary Report. 

 

Report Page for the Course

The Accessibility Toolkit link to its reports is accessed by going to the course gear menu. It can also be accessed via the accessibility review block if this has been added to the course.

The Accessibility Toolkit provides a number of reports to display the detected accessibility errors:

  • Error list with direct links, which makes it really easy to navigate to their location and fix them.

  • Activity breakdown, showing pass ratios per activity

  • Content types, showing error counts per type of content

  • Summary report, showing a summary of the other reports combined

               

Identify Accessibility Issues on the Spot

The Accessibility Toolkit generates reports of all detected accessibility errors, which can also be broken down by type of content or type of activity. 

  • In the Error list inside of the Accessibility Toolkit a list of the activity, the error or the “check” HTML, and a link to the error to remediate the accessibility issue. 

Seek Further Assistance

For additional assistance please contact ITRC at (208) 282-5880 or itrc@isu.edu

For more information please visit Moodle.org

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Article ID: 136659
Created
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