Help needed: Making a StoryLine SCORM file readable by a Screen Reader
I want to start this by saying I've read the following resources about this issue:
- Forum discussions on this site
- The section 508 Compliance help page on this website
I'm having trouble getting a screen reader to read the content of my Storyline Course. To see if the problem was functionality in my course, I created a one-slide test file which contains a character, a rectangle, a text box, and a button. All objects have alt text and the check box for accessibility is enabled.
I published the course in SCORM 1.2 format and uploaded it to Canvas, which hosts our content. When I view the module, everything looks right and works perfectly with a mouse, but nothing is read by the two screen readers I have tried: NVDA and the Built-in Windows Narrator.
I can press the tab key to cycle through the objects on the slide but all I hear is "Tab, Tab, Tab". Even using the Screen Reader's command to read the object, I still get nothing. I tested using the latest version of Chrome as well as the latest version of Microsoft Edge browser.
I'm attaching the zip file in SCORM format. Can someone please help me figure this out? ADA compliance is very important to me and I need to know that there's a way to make this work for visually-impaired learners.
Thanks for any advice.