Course Accessibility Report and Scores
The course accessibility report acts as a complement to the existing accessibility indicators. It provides an accessibility summary and overview at the course level.
You can find your course accessibility report in the Control Panel under Course Tools.Ally’s course accessibility report includes Overview and Content tabs so that you can get the big picture as well as specific details about the accessibility of your digital course content.
See the Course Accessibility Report help page for more information.
Ally checks accessibility for your new and existing course content. To measure accessibility,
Ally assigns your content an accessibility score. Each score is composed of both a
numerical number and a colored gauge that reflects the number. Accessibility scores
are determined by the severity of issues in each file. A low score indicates the file
has severe or multiple accessibility issues; a high score means there are minor or
no accessibility issues. For accessibility scores less than 100 percent, Ally gives
you suggestions for improving the accessibility of the file.
Scores range from Low to Perfect. The higher the score the fewer the issues.
See the Accessibility Scores help page for more information about what content Ally checks.