Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG)

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The Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) define how to create accessible tools and make more accessible content. Explore ATAG 2.0, authoring tool accessibility, accessible production, and ATAG implementation.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe ATAG 2.0, its purpose, and the audience it's intended for
    define ATAG 2.0 layers of guidance parts, principles, guidelines, and success criteria
    specify ATAG 2.0 levels of conformance and how conformance is achieved
    describe how integration using ATAG 2.0 promotes better development for accessibility
    define ATAG 2.0 principle A.1: authoring tool user interfaces follow applicable accessibility guidelines, and its guidelines
    define ATAG 2.0 principle A.2: editing views are perceivable, and its guidelines
    define ATAG 2.0 principle A.3: editing views are operable, and its guidelines
    define ATAG 2.0 principle A.4: editing views are understandable, and its guidelines
    describe ATAG 2.0 principle B.1: fully automatic processes and accessible content, and its guidelines
    describe ATAG 2.0 principle B.2: authors supported in production, and its guidelines
  • describe ATAG 2.0 principle B.3: authors are supported in improving the accessibility of existing content, and its guidelines
    describe ATAG 2.0 principle B.4: authoring tools promote and integrate their accessibility features, and its guidelines
    specify ATAG and WCAG and how they relate to each other
    describe ATAG and WCAG requirements for conformance and components of a conformance claim
    define the two types of conformance levels for ATAG 2.0
    specify ATAG 2.0 conformance as it pertains to authoring tools capable of producing multiple web content technologies
    describe how ATAG 2.0 may be applied to live authoring tools
    define how to determine success in determining ATAG 2.0 conformance using the three potential answers
    describe ATAG 2.0, its purpose, and accessible production

IN THIS COURSE

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    Introduction to ATAG 2.0
    2m 55s
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    Layers of Guidance
    2m 41s
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    Levels of Conformance
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    Integration of Accessibility Features
    1m 20s
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    Principle A.1: Authoring Tool User Interfaces
    1m 50s
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    Principle A.2: Editing Views are Perceivable
    1m 57s
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    Principle A.3: Editing Views are Operable
    5m 55s
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    Principle A.4: Editing Views are Understandable
    2m 28s
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    Principle B.1: Automatic Processes
    3m 39s
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    Principle B.2: Authors Supported in Production
    3m 46s
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    Principle B.3: Authors Supported in Improvement
    1m 50s
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    Principle B.4: Promote Accessibility Features
    2m 37s
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    ATAG and WCAG
    2m 46s
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    Requirements for Conformance
    3m 2s
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    Types of Conformance
    1m 30s
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    Web Technologies and ATAG 2.0
    1m 20s
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    Live Authoring Tools
    1m 25s
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    Determining Success
    1m 56s
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    Exercise: Describe ATAG and Its Implementation
    2m 11s

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