[NOBE-L] Accessibility Inquiry Re: Schoology Learning Management Platform

Dr Denise M Robinson deniserob at gmail.com
Fri Jul 31 00:02:59 UTC 2020

Hey Humberto 
Dr. Robinson here and I can tell you Schoology is fully accessible with jaws. Many times teachers will upload things in a viewer mode but just bring up your links and there’s always a download option at the very end of the links list. Remember save as PDF go to file explorer then applications key on pdf and open with Word and Word will translate that PDF to a perfect word document.

When you are in Schoology you’re going to use headings and link list to get everywhere

Sent from Dr Denise M Robinson 

> On Jul 30, 2020, at 7:15 PM, Humberto Avila via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Howdy, fellow listers,
> I hope you are having an amazing summer full of positivity and good things, amongst these troublesome times.
> I am emailing you with a question some of you, I'm hoping, can answer for me.
> My public school district, in efforts to continue with virtual teaching and assessment, this upcoming school year, is acquiring a new online learning management system called Schoology. I haven't heard anything about Schoology except that it works like other e learning platforms like Canvas and D2L, of which I have become rather proficient in and have used extensively. These I mentioned are very accessible with screen readers on iPhone and Windows. So I'm wondering, is it also true for Schoology? Have any of you guys experienced Schoology before? If so I would like some feedback from a JAWS-user and VoiceOver-user standpoint as I am a teacher of students with visual impairments and I need to be able to teach it to my student when we start virtual classes next month.
> Having no access to this Web site / apps (and probably none for a while) as well as my schools' last minute decision encouraged to ask here and I thank you in advance for any input!
> Best Regards,
> Humberto
> “Positive thinking leads to a positive attitude which leads to positive actions which lead to positive outcomes.”
> — ME
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