There are many free and easy to use tools that meet different needs than the Adaptive Tools from the last slide. They aren’t as powerful as the Adaptive Tools, and they don’t meet as many specific needs, but they are easy to use and free. These tools fall into two main categories: Dictation and Text […]Read more "Basic Tools"
Tools WAVE Web Accessibility Tool MOOCs The Accessibility MOOC: Inclusive Online Course Design Basics of Inclusive Design for Online Education Resources The A11Y ProjectRead more "More resources"
Accessibility Bookmarklets Inspect to check Alt text Right-click on an image and select “Inspect”Read more "Going further"
W3C – Tips for Getting Started Writing for Web Accessibility Provide informative, unique page titles A short title that is unique and descriptive Often the same as the main heading of the page Use headings to convey meaning and structure Headings (h1, h2, etc.) group content and provide an outline Make link text meaningful Good: […]Read more "Basics of Writing Accessible Content"
Screen Readers Windows JAWS NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) Narrator macOS / iOS Voiceover Chrome ChromeVOX Android TalkBack YouTube: Marlene Zentz Screen Magnification Software Windows MAGic Magnifier macOS / iOS Zoom Chrome Screen Magnifer YouTube: freedomscientific Speech Control Windows / macOS Dragon Naturally Speaking Youtube: Marlene ZentzRead more "Adaptive Tools"