Accessible Content Overview
As you are creating your content whether it is in a learning management system (i.e. ReggieNet), a webpage on a website, or a digital document, keep in mind some general accessibility best practices that cross all platforms.
Page StructureProviding good structure and clear content that anyone can use is a foundation for any document or webpage.
Help people scan your content topics more easily.
Lists help to organize content on a screen and make it easier for people to scan for information.
Columns help you organize your page's layouts.
Tables help display data.
Accessible forms allow people to use a computer and assistive technology to fill out the form fields.
Page content is any text, links, images, audio, animation or videos you add to your digital document or webpage.
Help those who cannot perceive color access the information you are presenting.
Writing meaningful links can help people navigate your content.
Music, podcasts, and other audio-only content need equivalent text alternatives.
Videos need be created so anyone can access the content.
Images require alternative text for individuals who have visual impairments.