Accessibility Points Check List for Digital Course Content Creation
Adapted from New York University
Original link at NYU is available at the link here.
This list, adapted from New York University, provides key points in a checklist when creating digital content for courses. Each of the links in the check list below provide more information about each aspect of digital accessibility.
- Page Title and Description: Is your page title and description unique and clear?
- Page Layout: Is your page content presented in a logical flow?
- Headings and Heading Order: Are there section headings that separate content into segments, and do they descend in a logical way, e.g., Heading 1, Heading 2?
- Visibility: Does the text on the page stand out against the background?
- Readability: Is text concise on the page and easy to read?
- Language: Is your site's language defined, e.g., English, French?
- Links: Do the links describe the destination clearly and are they easy to find?
- Image Descriptions: Do all images convey a meaning and have descriptive text (alt tags)?
- Media Captions: Do media have captions for audio and descriptions for information provided visually?
- Keyboard: Can all page elements be accessed without a mouse?