Weiwei Zhang


Discussion created by Weiwei Zhang on Jul 12, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 16, 2020 by Diana Sartorius

After my presentation at InstructureCon yesterday, someone in the audience asked me if we have any accessibility check. That is such a great question so I wanted to share with you all here. 


At our school, most of our course content are in SCORM format (either 3rd party or built in-house). I actually don't know if or how accessibility was addressed in creating these content. What I do know, is that we are in the process of creating Spanish version of training courses (probably other languages in the future) and we do have transcript and closed captioning for all of our videos. For Bridge native courses, there is not an accessibility check feature, so there is not much we can do other than being mindful when we create the content (but the editing feature is also limited). 


How are you addressing accessibility at your school? What can we do to improve accessibility in Bridge courses?