FoxyLearning is committed to making its educational materials accessible to users of all abilities. We continuously seek to identify and evaluate opportunities for improving the usability and accessibility of our products and services.
Current Services and Product Accessibility Practices
FoxyLearning provides PDF versions of our tutorials on the “Materials” tab of each lesson page. We can provide PDF versions of other materials on demand, at no charge, to accessibility/disability support offices upon request for qualified students with disabilities.
Audiovisual Materials: All core instructional content of FoxyLearning tutorials is offered as both text and audio, with user-configurable controls for enabling or disabling either format. All FoxyLearning-produced videos are created and presented with closed captioning features. Our multimedia tutorials are developed using Articulate Rise 360, which supports both web content accessibility guidelines and Section 508 accessibility guidelines. Our interactive videos and article quizzes are developed using the question set and interactive video content types of H5P and also have good accessibility.
Website Standards: The FoxyLearning website meets many of the minimum requirements for WCAG 2.0 standards for accessibility, such as high contrast, HTML style sheets, and well-structured HTML. The vast majority of our content offers compatibility with most assistive technologies, and we offer both button and keyboard navigation through our tutorials.
FoxyLearning is steadily working to increase the accessibility and usability of its website, content, products, and features. All new FoxyLearning products and services are designed with accessibility in mind. Furthermore, ongoing evaluations of existing products and services are conducted in order to implement enhancements as feasible and we welcome user feedback on the accessibility of our content.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions about FoxyLearning’s accessibility support for students with disabilities, please email [email protected]
This document was last updated on February 8, 2023.