Logos of 12 authoring tool providers

In previous posts, I’ve looked at the compelling case for digital accessibility, and how it benefits all users, including those with impairments. It might seem logical to think that accessibility would be a universally respected concept and value, which would be embraced by authoring tool developers. You might assume that all tool

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Cogs with words imprinted on them. Words shown are law, standard, rule, guideline and regulation.

My eLearning accessibility training courses generally follow this pattern. I begin by looking at the ‘Why?’ and ‘Who?’ of eLearning accessibility, and find that engagement and commitment are high. I then focus in more detail on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which are the standards needed for legal digital accessibility compliance

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An eLearning developer looking at a computer screen

Most eLearning professionals have some idea about digital accessibility, and are aware that it’s something they should be doing. Yet very few have been able to develop this awareness, and move on to creating fully accessible eLearning resources. So, what’s stopping them? In this series of blog posts, I’ll identify some of

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