Installing the Instructor Accessibility Guide for Canvas

For more information on the Instructor Accessibility Guide for Canvas, please review: Instructor Accessibility Guide The instructor guide is added to your Canvas instance by JavaScript in the custom theme editor. It is recommended that the Instructor Accessibility Guide be first installed on a test instance that closely mirrors in function to the production Canvas…

WAVE Extensions for Firefox and Chrome

The WAVE extensions for Firefox and Chrome will allow you to evaluate the accessibility of your web pages directly within your browser. Because the extensions evaluate the rendered version of your page, they are able to check intranet, password-protected, dynamically generated, or sensitive web pages. Because of the simplicity and convenience of the browser extensions,…

Dismiss Results

Summary: Accessibility errors and alerts that have been manually reviewed and found to not be accessibility issues can be dismissed. Dismissed results will not show up in the dashboard or in accessibility reports. Dismissed results will likewise not show up in the latest and future scans until the scanned code (HTML) changes or the result…

Instructor Accessibility Guide for Canvas Intro

Summary: This is an introduction on how to use the Instructor Accessibility Guide inside of the Canvas LMS (Learning Management System) after it is installed in the Canvas instance. Accessibility Guide overview The Accessibility Guide is organized into five sections. Images and Links, Text and Contrast, Headings, Tables and Lists, and Documents. Within each of…

Contacting Support

Summary: Logged in users of the Pope Tech Web Accessibility dashboard can directly submit support requests and give customer feedback. All annual accounts will have an additional option to submit accessibility questions using the Accessibility Help Desk. Skip to Contacting Support Skip to Give Customer Feedback Skip to Accessibility Help Desk Contacting Support All Pope…