This article contains the following information:
- Full coverage of every learning objective with assessment items (i.e., test questions) with complete alt-text descriptions for every embedded image.
- Similar alt-text treatment for all of the topic texts.
Students can select an "Accessibility support requested" setting (see details below): when enabled, all of the testing and learning objects will be focused on items which are deemed fully accessible.
(Your EdReady Administrators can also activate this option for you if needed.)
As a student, you can enable EdReady's Accessibility supports by selecting the Accessibility support requested setting during registration or on your My Account page:
When initially enabled, you will see a pop-up window, confirming that you intended to enable this setting. Select Confirm to close that window.
Be sure to either click the Sign Up for EdReady button (if registering) or the Save Changes button (on the My Account page) to save your selection.
Once enabled, the student experience will focus on the questions (in all test activities: diagnostic, unit tests, and topic tests) and learning objects that are fully accessible. This functionality will work seamlessly in the background for students, but you will see an indication that it is enabled when you click the Learn button from your study path:
The top banner across the top of the page will confirm that Accessibility Support is ENABLED. If you see this as a student and did not intend to enable this setting, you can click the Disable this Option link to turn off the associated setting.