Storyline 360 has options for Section 508 compliance. Learn how to utilize features, such as alt-text, and how to pick and choose what objects will be recognized by accessibility tools.
- [Instructor] When creating e-learning projects…here in Storyline360, it's always important…to consider your target audience.…It's especially important if you…might think your target audience is going to be using…accessibility tools, such as…a screen reader, which describes the content on-screen…in your slides, for those that are visually impaired.…That's what we're going to explore in this movie,…a scenario where we can actually help out those people…using screen readers.…We're still working with the orientation project…oh-four-oh-four, if you're catching up.…
We're looking at scene two here,…the first slide, 2.1, Local Attractions.…You can see when we go from one slide to the next,…to the next, there's content here that can be read…by a screen reader, like a title that says…let public transport take you places.…Double-decker buses, the Underground,…but then we see images, and for the visually impaired,…they need to hear somebody describing those…to really see what's on the slide.…That's something called Alt Text, or alternate text.…
- Opening a project and touring the UI
- Setting up global preferences
- Creating a project from PowerPoint
- Inserting new scenes and adding slides
- Working with slides and text
- Adding animation and transitions
- Using assets and elements
- Working with audio and video
- Measuring the effectiveness of elearning with assessments
- Publishing your project
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started
2. Build a Presentation
3. Use Assets and Elements
4. Work with Media
5. Assessing Elearning
6. Publish Your Project
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