Media Accessibility in Storyline 360
Guest speaker: Diane Elkins
We already dedicated 3 spotlights to the 9 guidelines in WCAG 1.2: Time-based media and we also talked about 1.4.2: Audio control (they're in spotlight 7, 8, 9 & 17).
In this video spotlight, we talk with featured guest Diane Elkins about the importance of making audio and video accessible and, more importantly, how to do it in Storyline 360. Diane shares her top tips and best practices on closed captions, voice over, audio autoplay, and audio descriptions that can help you create more inclusive and effective learning experiences. She even shows example videos and how she tests that all accommodations are in place.
Watch the recording of the conversation:
Get Involved: Come to the LCA Spotlight LinkedIn group and join the conversation.
What steps do you take to ensure that your media is accessible to all learners?
What are some tools that you use to create accessible media in your courses?
Have you encountered any specific challenges when creating accessible media?
When you post in the community, use the hashtag #LCASpotlightStoryline360MediaAccessibility