Accessibility Tutorial — Hyperlinks

Accessibility

Accessibility

Hyperlinks can be quite troublesome for people who require screen readers if the hyperlinks have not been appropriately created. This video explains how to address this.

Accessibility Tutorial — Hyperlinks (captioned) from M. Ricardo Flores on Vimeo.

Accessibility Tutorial: Contrast

Accessibility

Accessibility

Staying with the accessibility theme. Here is another video that explains how to use contrast for accessibility.

Accessibility Tutorial — Contrast from M. Ricardo Flores on Vimeo.

Accessibility Tutorial: Color

Accessibility

Accessibility

Accessibility Tutorial – Color. Here is a short video tutorial I made explaining how to use color to make your online courses/websites a little more accessible to people with color blindness. I hope you’ll find it useful.

Accessibility Tutorial — Color from M. Ricardo Flores on Vimeo.

This video is part of a tutorial for accomplishing accessibility in distance education courses.

Brunner, J. The process of education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (P. 52).

Podemos preguntarnos, como criterio para cualquier sujeto enseñado en la escuela primaria, sí tal vez, una vez desarrollado completamente, vale la pena que lo sepa un adulto, y sí el haberlo sabido de niño hace a la persona un mejor adulto. Si la respuesta a ambas preguntas es ambigua ó negativa, entonce el material está abarrotando inútilmente el currículo.

We might ask, as criterion for any subject taught in primary school, whether, when fully developed, it is worth an adult’s knowing, and whether having known it as a child makes a person a better adult. If the answer to both questions is negative or ambiguous, then the material is cluttering the curriculum.