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Addressing accessibility of simulated discussions


From: Itzel McClaren (US - IFS)
Date: Aug 14, 2019 1:35PM

Hello, so we are trying to figure out how to make simulated
discussions accessible for a visually impaired person. This is how
simulated discussions are built. There is a screen with a background
photo and a photo of a character. There is a textbox with the text
that the character says, there is also audio. This text is usually a
question that the learner responds to. Then the response is in the
form of 2-3 alternatives (multiple choice) and each choice leads to a
different path. How have you addressed something like this?

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