Making learning content accessible for people with disabilities and impairments is considered ‘the right thing’ to do by the majority of L&D practitioners. So why is it that most learning resources created today remain inaccessible and risk excluding an estimated 12% to 26% of our learners?
Elearning accessibility expert and author Susi Miller debunks the top 10 eLearning accessibility myths and demonstrates how accessible learning content really is better for everyone.
Conference chair, Donald H Taylor, pointed out in an interview for Learning News: “One of the things we discovered during lockdown was people can work from anywhere, but are we making it possible for people to learn equally? No, we're not.”
Susi Miller’s session, 'Busting the top 10 eLearning accessibility myths', takes place during week two of the conference, Monday 28 June at 09:30 BST. In this webinar she explores:
How accessible learning content enhances rather than harms the learning experience for non-disabled learners.
Strategies to ensure accessibility isn’t time-consuming and costly.
Why digital accessibility is important beyond the public sector.
How authoring tool providers can support eLearning practitioners in creating accessible content.
How accessibility standards can be a help rather than a hindrance.
To watch this session live, follow the link below 10 to 15 minutes before the session is due to start. You will be able to access the LTDX 2.0 virtual platform ‘Swapcard’ by using the email you used during your registration for LTDX 2.0 or 1.0. This session will show on your ‘My event’ page or at the top of the LTDX 2.0 Programme UK page.
Access the virtual platform: https://app.swapcard.com/event/learningtechnologies
LT Digital Experience
21 June to 2 July 2021
eLearning accessibility expert and author - eLaHub
Susi Miller is an industry leading expert on accessible learning design and the founder and director of eLaHub (www.elahub.net). The author of Designing Accessible Learning Content (Kogan Page, 2021), Susi has more than 30 years L&D experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sector. She is a skilled instructional designer and online course developer and a passionate advocate for digital accessibility. Her accessible learning content has been shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Awards.