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Moodle 2 for Teaching 4-9 Year Olds Beginner's Guide by Nicholas Freear

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Guidance for teachers and online authors

The cornerstone of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2 (WCAG20) developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (http://w3.org/TR/wcag20) is the acronym POUR. This reminds us that we should make resources on the web perceivable, operable, usable and robust. What does this mean in the context of our practice as authors of online content and activities? A range of examples and techniques follow. Note that this is not designed to be an exhaustive set of guidelines. There are links at the end to further readings.

Perceivable

The content we create should be perceivable in a variety of ways. This includes providing so-called alternative text for the images that we embed in most contexts. In the following ...

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