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Published on Aug 25, 2014
DIAGRAM Webinar held August 7, 2014. Are you a publisher, UX designer, accessibility researcher, or developer who has wondered whether it is possible for interactive graphics to become effective learning tools for learners who rely on screenreaders for access, especially in the STEM classroom? Tune in to this webinar to hear the results of DIAGRAM research into current best practices for making dynamic scientific graphics accessible to persons with print disabilities. Kyle Keane (Wolfram Research) discusses his framework that describes the information flow in interactive widgets, a set of guidelines for providing this information to users, and a freely available working example to aid content creators in the implementation of guidelines. A walk-through of the working example and its source code is included. Madeleine Rothberg discusses exciting developments happening elsewhere in the field, including examples of interactive widgets developed by Pearson and others.