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From: Nick Allan
Date: Sun, Nov 26 2017 3:57PM
Subject: ELearning modules
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Hi all
We are looking for a solution to produce accessible ELearning modules for our organization. We haven't had a lot of success finding anything that produces wcag 2.0 compliant code. Our learning management system uses the scorm format. Has anyone had any success with any authoring tools that work?
Nick


Nick Allan
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From: Middleton, John
Date: Mon, Nov 27 2017 9:07AM
Subject: Re: ELearning modules
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Nick,
Some time back I looked at A-Tutor (an Open Source) solution at: http://www.atutor.ca .
It’s been holding strong and an active project for years now.

Others (off the top) to investigate are Moodle & Articulate Storyline - Online Training Software <https://www.articulate.com/products/storyline-overview.php>.

You’ll have to investigate the accessibility levels and hopefully share your findings on this list.

Good luck,
John Middleton





On 11/26/17, 4:57 PM, "WebAIM-Forum on behalf of Nick Allan" < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = on behalf of = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:

>Hi all
>We are looking for a solution to produce accessible ELearning modules for our organization. We haven't had a lot of success finding anything that produces wcag 2.0 compliant code. Our learning management system uses the scorm format. Has anyone had any success with any authoring tools that work?
>Nick
>
>
>Nick Allan
>Access Technology Technical Lead
>Business Transformation
>Vision Australia
>454 Glenferrie Rd Kooyong VIC 3144
>
>T: 03 9864 9293 (I: 341293)
>E: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED =
>www.visionaustralia.org
>
>[Vision Australia. Blindness. Low Vision. Opportunity. - logo]
>
>[Vision Australia. Winner of the Australian HR Award for Best Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Program. - logo]
>
>The history, culture, diversity and value of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are recognised, acknowledged and respected.
>
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