LibreTexts is committed to ensuring its content and functionality are both accessible and usable by students and content authors. During this presentation, members of the LibreTexts accessibility team will provide the status of the comprehensive accessibility audit LibreTexts is undergoing. They will also share updates on exciting accessibility tools to support all users, including the Accessibility Compliance Review Matrix, Accessibility Checker, and support for accessible alternative questions for types of questions that may pose accessibility barriers for some students (such as drag and drop, hotspots, and mark the words).
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Contributed by: Jennifer Rogers (Twitter: @jrogers9986)