With the recent news that Microsoft Edge now has 100% accessibility support for HTML5, this post looks at what “accessibility supported” means, and where it fits into the bigger accessibility picture.
TPG and our peers at Teach Access are very excited to announce the Teach Access Tutorial. This tutorial provides a set of hands-on coding exercises and reference material for accessibility best practices, and provides basic training for developers and designers interested in building inclusive experiences.
What do an American actor, a British sitcom character and an HTML attribute have in common? If you’ve ever watched Mary Poppins and winced at Dick Van Dyke’s attempt at an English accent, or found yourself laughing at Delboy Trotter trying to speak French in Only Fools and Horses, you may well guess the answer.
We had another great year at CSUN, the annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, which is held in San Diego. It’s always good to meet up with the members of the team, colleagues, and friends in the industry, and make new friends. This year TPG had a series of first, but that made […]
Organizations that deliver online learning must be strategic and holistic in their accessibility approach, ensuring all necessary structures are in place to support accessible and equitable experiences for learners with disabilities. Responsibility for accessibility must be distributed appropriately across all stakeholder groups. By adopting stewardship activities common in physical campuses, a more strategic approach can be applied to the digital campus. Masterplanning the digital campus means addressing near-term activities with a long view—one that takes into account the underlying infrastructure as well as the surface-level structures where people engage more directly in the learning process. This paper presents foundational activities around policy, process, programs, and practice that are necessary to support the creation of a sustainable, accessible online learning environment.