I am looking for some general advice. I am trying to create courses in Rise that are fully accessible to learners who are using screenreaders (like JAWS). By being selective with what boxes I include, I can create something that I find is technically accessible, but leaves something to be desired in terms of usability.
A quick example might illustrate my situation: my test learner has no issue tabbing across different text boxes, but arrowing (using the up and down keys) doesn't work as well, particularly in situations where a multiple choice question is introduced by a body of text (like a scenario). This is important because tabbing will read through the entire body of the text, whereas arrowing gives the option of going line-by-line. This makes her experience worse than someone else who isn't using JAWS, because she can't jump to the relevant portions of text, but has to experience the entire piece again.
I am wondering if anyone has brushed against similar situations and, if so, what have been some solutions. Thank you in advance!