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Developing accessible courses using Articulate Storyline 360

A practical workshop on accessibility where delegates build an engaging, accessible course in Articulate Storyline 360.

Delegates will take part in a series of practical, facilitator led sessions. The course begins with exploring the accessibility regulations, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and different types of accessibility. Delegates finish by building an engaging and accessible course in Articulate Storyline 360.

The aims of the workshop are to:

  • facilitate discussion among learning and development leads and content creators
  • provide an opportunity to build supportive networks
  • share good practice

The next version of the WCAG 2.2 is due to be published early 2023. This workshop provides a timely opportunity to discuss with colleagues how to meet these standards and support the needs of learners.

Key details

Practitioner group

This workshop will particularly benefit online learning content creators, but is open to everyone.


One day. 


The workshop is free to attend.

Accommodation the night before the course, Wednesday 8 February, includes dinner, bed and breakfast (subject to availability). It is charged at £79.50.

Course contact
Kristel Haines, Senior Producer, DDaT
Additional documents
Additional information

The workshop will involve a team activity to build a short course in Articulate Storyline 360, but delegates do not need previous experience in using the software. Delegates will ideally need to bring a device with Articulate Storyline 360 pre-installed to the workshop. Free trial versions of the software are available on the Articulate 360 website.

Course times

  • Registration – 9:30am
  • First session start – 10:00am
  • Workshop finish – 4:30pm
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