When adding links to resources, discover the importance of using natural language links to help make them more accessible.
- [Instructor] In the previous video we took a look…at how we can improve accessibility by using headings…with the rich content editor.…This was the genetic study guide that we began creating,…and here's what it looks like right now.…Now in this video I want to show you another way…to improve accessibility,…and that is by including natural language links.…So if you want to add a link to a resource,…there is a way to do it that's a best practice.…In here I'm going to hit edit for this genetic study guide,…and I actually added a section down below…called genetic engineering.…
And because it is a subtopic I made that a header three.…So if I highlight this you can see that it's…a header three, it'll be easy for a screen reader…to identify that.…And below this I want to enter information.…So in this case I'm going to put understand…gene therapy, and I'm going to put in…read the following article.…Now let's say I wanted to put a link in for an article…and actually in another tab here,…I have an article from the New York Times…
- Communicating with video and messages
- Using notifications
- Setting up peer reviews
- Analyzing assignments
- Organizing content
- Using mastery paths
- Ensuring content is accessible
- Adjusting headings, links, and tags
- Integrating with third-party applications
- Importing and exporting courses
- Using HTML in Canvas
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3. Organization Strategies
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