— E-Learning Council (@learningcouncil) November 29, 2016
This is intended to be an easy-to-use, understandable checklist for evaluating or implementing WCAG 2.0–a standard for creating accessible websites (and eLearning). The language in the checklist is significantly simplified from the actual WCAG 2.0 language published by the W3C. While the complexity of the language in WCAG 2.0 is, in my opinion, mostly necessary to ensure that it is independently verifiable and technology agnostic, it does pose difficulties – particularly for those new to accessibility. This checklist should make implementing WCAG 2.0 much easier.
Check out the WCAG 2.0 checklist at http://webaim.org/standards/wcag/checklist.
The United Spinal Association has created a fantastic document that covers disability etiquette. Definitely a must read. You can find it at:
Additional information including:
- Disability Etiquette
- Mobility Alternatives: Canes to Wheelchairs
- Fire Safety For Wheelchair Users
- Understanding The ADA
- Accessible Air Travel
- Taking Action (self advocacy)
is available on the front page of their website at: