OERigin Stories is a collection of transcribed oral interviews. There are no videos and all images were selected by the author/editor to highlight the narrative. In an effort to make OERigin Stories as accessible as possible, the author incorporated elements of the Accessibility Checklist used in Open At the Margins which came from the Rebus Guide to Publishing Open Textbooks (So Far), which was itself adapted from the BCcampus Open Education Accessibility Toolkit.
|Area of Focus||Requirements||Pass?|
|Font Size||Font size is 12 point or higher for body text||Yes|
|Font Size||Font size is 9 point for footnotes or endnotes||Not applicable|
|Font Size||Font size can be zoomed to 200%||Yes|
|Formulas||Formulas have been created using MathML
Formulas are images with alternative text descriptions, if MathML is not an option
|Organizing Content||Content is organized under headings and subheadings.
Headings and subheadings are used sequentially (e.g. Heading 1. Heading 2, etc.) as well as logically (if the title if Heading 1 then there should be no other Heading 1 styles as the title is the uppermost level)
|Images||Images include Alternative Text (alt-text) descriptions of the image’s content or function
Graphs, charts, and maps also include contextual or supporting details in the text surrounding the image
Images do not rely on color to convey information
|Tables||Tables include row and column headers
Tables include a title or caption
Tables do not have merged or split cells
Tables have adequate cell padding
||The weblink is meaningful in context, and does not use generic text such as “click here” or “read more”
Weblinks do not open new windows or tabs
If weblinks must open in a new window, a textual reference is included in the link information.
|Embedded Multimedia||A transcript has been made available for a multimedia resource that includes audio narration or instruction.
Captions of all speech content and relevant non-speech content are included in the multimedia resource that includes audio synchronized with a video presentation.
Audio descriptions of contextual visuals (graphs, charts, etc.) are included in the multimedia resource.