Including images and visuals that reflect diversity in your training materials can support a more inclusive learning experience.
Companies must go beyond meeting basic accessibility requirements to create a truly inclusive learning experience for everyone.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) forbids discrimination against all disabilities in all spheres of public life, including job, education and transportation. In many instances, the ADA also applies to online environments.
Use these tips to ensure your organization's certification exams and programs are accessible and inclusive for all employees.
Learning professionals have a responsibility to ensure inclusive and accessible learning environments become standard, not an exception.
Creating a better learning experience is far from the only advantage of accessible learning content.
Learning is a key step in human advancement and, when done right, improves the collective whole of any individual, institution or business.