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Your Course for Everyone - The Ultimate Accessibility Checklist

When creating an online course you want to ensure that your content is available to all learners within your target group, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.  


Making your course accessible allows individuals with disabilities, such as visual or hearing impairments, to fully participate in and benefit from the course content. Hence, providing accessible online courses is a matter of ethical responsibility. 


If you are creating an online course for an educational institution, you may even need to check with their legal compliance. Many countries have laws and regulations mandating accessibility standards for online content, including educational materials. 

Finally, please don’t forget that accessibility benefits not only students with disabilities but also those with diverse learning styles and preferences. For example, captions and transcriptscan benefit auditory learners, and clear navigation benefits users with cognitive disabilities. Accessible design improves the user experience for all learners, leading to higher engagement and retention rates. Clear navigation, well-structured content, and alternative formats make it easier for students to navigate and understand course materials.

Here you can download your free accessibility checklist:
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