Whether you’re performing quality checks for all the courses in your organization, or if you just want to confirm that the courses you develop meet the required standards, a checklist is a great way to ensure that you’ve done everything you can to guarantee accessible e-learning. Not sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place! Read on as we answer the “as heard in training” question: “How do I create an accessibility checklist?“ If you’re tasked with creating an accessibility checklist, it can seem pretty overwhelming! But I
As our culture becomes more inclusive, so is the e-Learning industry, and we’re experiencing more requests than ever for e-Learning development that can meet accessibility standards. Accessible e-Learning has been defined as e-Learning content which any learner can access—including those with visual, auditory, or mobility differences. While there are many facets to accessible e-Learning development, one of the most powerful features we have for ensuring accessibility with Storyline 360 is Focus Order. Many learners use screen readers to access information within an e-Learning. Focus Order is how we determine, as
I love the scrolling panel in Storyline…Is there a way to make it automatically scroll? This is a great question! We liked this question so much, in fact, that we’ve now added the solution to our workshop materials. Let’s jump right into how to build the auto-scrolling panel, and then we’ll look at some possible use cases. Building the Scrolling Panel 1. Insert a Scrolling Panel Tip: Keep in mind that the scrolling panel may cover your content, so you’ll want to make sure it’s out of the way.