Introduction to Web Accessibility is aimed at a general audience, but will also be useful for those developing content or applications for the Web. The focus is on understanding the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1), and developing experience with barriers that can be found on the Web that make it difficult, or impossible, for some people with disabilities to access web content.
This course is self-directed. You can interact with other independent learners taking the course here.
Step 1: This is an open course and you may access all the learning resources without needing to log in. Register an account on this site and enrol in this course if you want to receive email instructions and post comments on the course site.
You can register at the following link at the top of the page:
If you are already logged in, you will see your name in place of "Log in/Register". Clicking on your name will allow you to check or change your enrolment status.
|Step 2: Explore the course website to find out what the course is about, what is required and where the syllabus, course materials and learning activities are located. Complete your orientation by establishing your own personal learning environment and declaring yourself to the group using your own course blog.
||Step 3: Commence your study from the syllabus page. You can study at your own pace or follow the course with the group. Instructions are posted on the announcements page and you can monitor live interactions from the course feed.