Pearson Accessibility Template

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Pearson Accessibility
Template

Version 3

October
2011

Requirement
s (For Design
,

Development and QA)

Follow the
Web Accessibility Guidelines for
Digital Learning Products

during development

and record what was done to meet each
guideline in the table below
.
These guidelines
mirror industry standards and so should be
familiar.


In some cases, industry standards allow
exceptions to the rules where compliance
would be diffic
ult or impossible. T
hese
exceptions
:



would be silent (not apparent to
customers

causing unpleasant
surprises in class
)



could easily be misunderstood to apply
where they do not


Because of this,

the Pearso
n Guidelines do not
include
exceptions

that would al
low a
significant issue for some users
. If you are not
sure how to meet a guideline for your
particular product, or if you suspect your
product meets an exception, contact
Suzanne.Taylor@pearson.com
. We wi
ll either
offer solutions or provide you with language
for your document on how the feature meets
an exception.

Accomplishments

Pearson Guideline

(follow links for detail)


Des
cription

of Accomplishment

1


Accessible Technologies


2


Time Limits: User Options


3


Timed Tests: Instructor Options


4


Sensible Reading Order


5
-

Findable Dynamically
-
Added
Content


6


Keyboard Access


7


Keyboard Access: Visibility


8


Keyboard Access: Instructions


9


Keyboard Access: In
-
Page

Pearson Guideline

(follow links for detail)


Des
cription

of Accomplishment

Navigation

10


Continuity of User's Place


11


Page Element Roles (Semantic
Markup)


12
-

No Informa
tion through Text
Formatting Alone


13


Same info without style sheets


14


Form Field Labels


15


Mearningful Link Text


16


Human Language


17


Titles


18


Sensory Independent
Instructions


19


Valid Markup & Spelling


20


UI Controls & Screen Readers


21


Encoded Text


22


Text Resize


23


No Flashing / Flickering


24


Ability to Stop On
-
Screen
Motion


25


Still View of Moving Text


26


Contrast for Text Readability


27


No Reliance on Color Coding


28


Color Contrast in Key Images


29


Images or Animations that
Provide Information


30


Images that Label Active
Elements


31


Alternatives for Vis
ual Elements
in Multimedia


32


Decorative Elements


33


Hidden Elements


34


Let Users Control Audio


35


Audio Foreground/Background
Contrast


36


Transcripts for Audio


37


Captions


38


Consistent Content Identifiers


39
-

Alternatives for Non
-
text User
Content


40


Publishing Options & Security


41


Add
-
ons


42


Document Accessibility