Accessible E‑Learning Checklist

Learn how to create accessible e-learning from closed captioning to contrast ratios and more

Accessible e-learning is designed for all learners—regardless of ability. This actionable checklist introduces universal design best practices.

Download the checklist to evaluate your e-learning and ensure it’s accessible to all learners. Tips include:

  • How to format text
  • Multimedia and interactive best practices
  • Common accessibility standards to know

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