Throughout the course you will find Knowledge Check questions to help you assess your own understanding and progress. These checks are not graded, and available to everyone taking this course.
There are also some Activities to help you practice what you’ve learned. These are also ungraded and available to everyone taking this course.
At the end of relevant chapters you will find an Assessment. These are similar to the knowledge checks but more comprehensive. They are graded and only available in verified track.
There are 9 assessments in this course:
- (1) At the end of Module 1: What is Web Accessibility
- (2) At the end of Module 2: People and Digital Technology
- (3) At the end of Module 3: Business Case and Benefits
- Throughout Module 4: Principles, Standards, and Checks
- (4) At the end of Section 4.2: W3C accessibility standards
- (5) At the end of Section 4.3: Principle 1 – Perceivable
- (6) At the end of Section 4.4: Principle 2 – Operable
- (7) At the end of Section 4.5: Principle 3 – Understandable
- (8) At the end of Section 4.6: Principle 4 – Robust
- (9) At the end of Module 5: Getting Started with Accessibility
To pass this course, you must score at least 70%. Only assessments are graded, from which you are scored. The only available grades are either pass or fail.