At eLahub we specialise in designing and developing fully accessible eLearning. We also support clients by creating learning content from scratch, co-creating content or providing targeted support such as Instructional Design services or a specific accessibility focus.
Example eLearning services
Accessible eLearning content creation
- Content accessible to WCAG 2.1 Level AA
- Content conforms to the UK and EU Public Sector Bodies Accessibility Regulations
- Interactive and visually engaging
- Accessibility statements provided as standard
Accessible eLearning content co-creation
- Working with clients to provide accessibility support for content creation
- Ensuring projects conform to accessibility best-practice standards and comply with legal requirements
- Helping create an effective accessibility statement
Accessible eLearning targeted services
- eLearning accessibility focused support
- Instructional design support
- Trouble shooting
- Targeted support such as multi-media accessibility, assessments etc
- Accessibility workarounds and statements for tool limitations
Our eLearning features
We have been designing and developing eLearning content using a variety of different authoring tools. We are able to produce fully accessible bespoke content or support our clients by co-creating content or providing targeted support such as a focus on a particular aspect of eLearning accessibility.
Keeping Safe and Well
Find out more about eLaHub’s accessible Keeping safe and well module and why it was shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Best Public & Non-Profit Sector Project.
Accessible, innovative and interactive!
An underlying principle at eLaHub is our belief that accessibility leads to innovation and not limitation. Our favourite example shows how how using a simple multiple choice quiz option, coupled with motion paths allowed us to create an interaction which was both engaging and accessible.
Keyboard accessible drag and drop
A learner using a keyboard to successfully complete a recycling game in an eLearning resource. The learner uses the Tab key to navigate through the game. Each interactive item such as the question choices and the Submit button are highlighted with a visible focus indicator – this is the yellow outline which appears around the item when it has focus. Because many people who interact using keyboard navigation are visual learners it is important that the interaction is visually engaging. Motion paths have been added to move the items into the recycling bin when the learner selects the option in the multiple choice question. When the learner has selected all of the required options for that question they navigate to the Submit button and, once it has the focus, they use Enter to activate the button and see the answer.
Screen reader accessible drag and drop
A learner using a screen reader and the keyboard to successfully complete a recycling game in an eLearning resource. The learner uses the screen reader to read out the content of the slide and the space bar to select multiple choice options and the submit button to see the answer.
“As well as being fully accessible and shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Awards, eLaHub’s eLearning module has transformed the induction experience of pre-sessional students and staff at the university.”
University of Southampton