When creating content online, it's important to keep in mind that there could be any number of factors that affects how your learner interacts with your content. Your learner could have a visual impairment, a motor disability, speak English as a second language, or have some kind of temporary issue like a broken arm that restricts them from using a mouse. 

There is a tendency to think of eLearning accessibility purely in terms of screen-reader compatibility, but the reality is the number of different requirements your learners have could be as large as your audience itself. While you may not be in a position to anticipate every single one of those needs, with Evolve as your authoring tool, there are a number of simple steps you can take when creating courses that can accommodate a wide range of requirements.

This path provides an in-depth look at what accessibility is and how you can leverage Evolve to create accessible content for a diverse audience.