eLearning

2015 was an excellent year for us: we turned 30, our events went well, we changed our name to Fredrickson Learning, and we put up this fancy new website. We have a lot to be thankful for because we made it through some big changes. Sure, they were self-imposed changes, but changes nonetheless. It’s a reminder that, to […]

Accessible Learning

At first glance, creating eLearning that’s accessible may seem as simple as expanding the technical requirements for building eLearning to meet a set of technical accessibility standards. It all sounds very simple, but the process is, unfortunately, much more complex. In this blog, I’m going to tell you about some of the common challenges to […]

Accessible Learning

What if you’ve been asked to provide “accessible eLearning?” Either you need to build new courses that are accessible, or to re-develop existing courses to make them accessible. First step—figure out what “accessible” means. What? You mean there isn’t a cut-and-dried standard out there that says exactly what needs to be done? Here’s the part […]

Accessible Learning

You may have heard about accessibility in news stories related to the ADA or other legislation, but if you don’t require any assistive technologies yourself, you may have not given it a second thought…especially related to eLearning. I’m here to tell you that it’s time to think about it. Let’s start with the “why.”  Why […]