In this training, you will learn about all of the following that relate to universal design and accessible link text for individuals with disabilities:
- Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG) Criterion 2.4.4: Link Purpose (In Context) - Level A.
- Laws that reference WCAG criterion for making content accessible.
- How screen readers navigate electronic resources to find links.
- The importance of accessible link text for Texas State University.
- The purpose of link text.
- How to identify ambiguous link text.
- Why you should reduce redundant links in your digital content.
- How to handle alt text for a linked image.
This training also includes examples of bad link text with a corresponding example that is more accessible. All of this information is designed to make it clear that accessible link text is better for everyone, and is a required design goal for all university faculty and staff.
Please continue to the Accessible Link Text module.
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