We are soon to be creating a range of e-learning courses for public consumption and I'm conscience that I want to make them as accessible as possible. Thinking about sight impaired users, we are going to include a narration to accompany the text. Speaking to our accessibility expert here, he has said the narration must match the text as closely as possible in order to qualify. Whilst this is a good solution for the sight impaired, from experience I know that it can impact negatively for the users who have not got sight or hearing issues.
We all know the number one rule when presenting from slides is not to read the slides out to your audience word for word, so I want to try not to do that for the e-learning, yet still have a high level of accessibility. Has anyone heard or, or used any other creative ways to get over this?