Wow, no answer? Does no one have any experience with accessible PDFs to accompany a Captivate course? Please? Anyone?
I don't think you're using "accessible" in the same way I'd expect. Accessibility is nothing to do with interactivity. What do you mean by it?
Yes, you're probably right. So, my question has actually evolved. I meant 508-compliant courses. I've created a course in Adobe Captivate, and since I can't make the course fully 508-compliant, I would like to create an accompanying PDF instead, which would represent course in a 508-compliant way, which means all the content is represented in the PDF.
I meant 508-compliant courses. I've created a course in Adobe Captivate, and since I can't make the course fully 508-compliant, I would like to create an accompanying, accessible PDF instead, which would represent course in a 508-compliant way, which means all the content is represented in the PDF.
Now, the course has a quiz. I understand I would have to also put the quiz into the PDF. Would it be okay to add the quiz without radio buttons, but with the answers already chosen? Would that make it 508-compliant?
Captivate does have accessibility features and capabilities that enable compliant courses to be developed. What is it you feel that Captivate can't do for your needs?
Yes, Captivate does have accessibility features, but it's not fully 508-compliant. It has it's irks and twirks that render it not suitable for the project. That's why we want to create accessible PDFs, so that we can concentrate on other things in the course.
I'm reading in Adobe Captivate's VPAT that it doesn't handle Radio buttons in Multiple Choice and True/False quizzes well.. This is one of the "Supports with exceptions" issues. Maybe this is the problem.
"The second radio button in the Multiple Choice and True/False quizzes cannot be selected...The sequence quiz options cannot be moved using the keyboard.... The radio buttons are not properly grouped for the True/False and Multiple Choice quizzes. "
There a few other issues with Captivate accessibility and a number of items are marked "Supports with exceptions."