401 Build Accessible & User-Friendly Courses in Articulate Storyline & Rise

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, August 2

Articulate Storyline and Rise are wonderful for creating engaging learner experiences. They also have incredible accessibility features that you may not know about! Learn how to create courses that are fully accessible and user-friendly for all learners.

In this session we’ll cover what it takes to create courses in Articulate Storyline and Rise that are accessible and compliant with Section 508. We’ll cover best practices for developing accessible courses in Articulate 360, including the interactions and elements to avoid. Incorporating alt-text, closed captions, and even transcripts is easy, and we’ll practice the ins and outs of formatting content for keyboard navigation. Attendees will leave with a checklist for creating accessible Storyline and Rise courses.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Describe best practices in developing accessible content in Storyline and Rise
  • Recall interactions and elements to avoid
  • Demonstrate including alt-text, captions, and transcripts
  • Format courses to facilitate keyboard navigation


Lindsay O’Neill


Lindsay O’Neill Consulting

Lindsay O'Neill is faculty in the master of science in instructional design and technology program at California State University-Fullerton. An instructional designer and elearning developer, she regularly consults on effective pedagogy, educational technology, open licensing, and accessibility. Lindsay holds a master’s degree in education, specializing in educational technology/instructional design, as well as a master’s degree in library and information science.

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