Results for ESLvideo
ESL teachers can link to videos on sites such as YouTube and create a set of questions related to it. Students watch the video and then attempt to answer the multiple-choice questions. Teachers can also write transcripts and notes. The creations can be embedded in other websites and blogs.
Accessibility Testing Results
Where text has been added as a transcript it is possible to the work with the questions in a Text Browser such as WebbIE but the order is not good and often the questions come last in the page. Keyboard access varies depending on the browser used and the type of Flash Player used (YouTube). The questions are accessible with a keyboard. The transcripts and notes are also accessible which is very helpful if the user has linked them to the video. Text size is small in places but zooming is good.
|1||Login, Signup and Other Forms Accessible||No captcha or labels The normal login and registration form has no labels so a screen reader user will have go down slowly to catch text output rather than use tab links and then may miss the next form.|
|2||Image ALT Attributes||Alternative text is offered for all critical images on the site - screenreader users will be able to understand the content as clearly as others.|
|3||Link Target Definitions||All links, including images which would otherwise be ambiguous, have titles to uniquely identify them.|
|4||Frame Titles and Layout||Questions are in a frame with a poor title|
|5||Removal of Stylesheet||The page is still understandable and functional when it is viewed as a linear document, with no styles.|
|6||Audio/Video Features||The service is designed to help learners translate foreign languages so adding text or captioning would affect the intended outcome!|
|7||Video/animations - audio descriptions||The service is designed to help learners translate foreign languages so adding text would affect the intended outcome!|
|8||Appropriate use of Tables||Tables are not used for the design of this website.|
|9||Tab Orderings Correct and Logical||Tab order is in a logical and consistent top-to-bottom or left-to-right format.|
|10||Page Functionality with Keyboard||This site is unusable without a pointing device in some browsers due to the flash players.|
|11||Accessibility of Text Editors||Text editor menu is not accessible with the screenreader or keyboard in some browsers.|
|12||Appropriate Feedback with Forms||The product provides suitable feedback when the user performs an action.|
|13||Contrast and Colour Check||No contrast issues.|
|14||Page Integrity when Zooming||The website maintains the layout and usability of all critical areas perfectly when zoomed.|
|15||Text size, style, blinking elements and Readability||The majority of text on the site is size ten, which is readable but may be uncomfortable for some.|
The following table shows how well the product performs for people with disabilities, as listed in the Disabilities section.
Percentages do not indicate how much of a site is accessible. They indicate the average figure of test results relevant to each disability. Select a disability to see which tests are relevant to it.
|Specific Learning Differences (including Dyslexia)||87%|
|Partially Sighted and Visual Acuity||75%|
|Deaf/Hard of Hearing||67%|
|Cognitive Learning Disabilities||61%|
|Blind and Severe Visual Impairments||58%|