The WebCampus rich text editor used for course pages, assignments, quizzes, discussions, etc. has a built-in accessibility checker. This checker is automated to alert you to potential accessibility issues in real time as you create content in edit mode.
The Accessibility Checker is still present and available by clicking on the Accessibility Checker icon below the text editing window. When there are accessibility issues, it will highlight and display a number next to it to indicate there are errors and the identified number .
Clicking on the verifier brings up a dialog box that states the following:
- The issue number and the number of issues identified
- A question mark icon that explains why or how the issue may affect users
- Nature of each specific problem
- Options to fix it
- Previous and Next buttons
- An Apply button to save accessibility updates you’ve provided
You can learn more about the tool by watching the Canvas Rich Content Editor (Accessibility Checker Indicator) video.
Keep the Accessibility Checker in mind and be sure to click on it when it indicates issues. This will help make your WebCampus content as fair as possible for all users.