Learn More About Informetica's Accessibility
Compliancy with AODA and Section 508
While Informetica has not yet been certified for the USA’s Section 508 compliancy, Sencia has many features to make the system more accessible and we been adding more accessibility features and customizations to the Informetica learning management system (LMS/LCMS) in order to ensure that we meet the needs of all users and comply with the Ontario Accessibility Act. "Part II - Information and Communication Standards" of this Act states that “information” which includes data, facts and knowledge that exists in any format, including text, audio, digital or images, and that conveys meaning (information)” must be accessible to all users.
One of the Sencia’s key programmers of Informetica and system tester has a color vision deficiency and provides valuable input on the colours and contrast used in the LMS interface.
Every navigation & menu in Informetica can be resized with the font resizer available to desktop users on every page in the system. The resizer had three font size options.
Alt & Title Tags
Informetica’s WYSIWYG editors prompt the course authors that there are missing image or link alt or title tags.
Our team is always willing to work with input from you to provide a better learning experience for those with a visual disability. Please note that the onus for accessibility to users with disabilities rests predominately on the client's content itself. This is especially true for audible and cognitive disabilities. For example, transcripts provided for audio media, subtitles versions of (also benefits non-native speakers). Most motor disabilities must be compensated for at the user's discretion (such as mouse movements, using multiple keys simultaneously).