[Athen] [EXT]Re: Interactive quizzes

Robert Beach rbeach at KCKCC.EDU
Thu Feb 6 05:48:01 PST 2020

I love these games. They do provide a good example of accessible interaction techniques.

Robert Lee Beach
Assistive Technology Specialist
Kansas City Kansas Community College
7250 State Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66112
Phone: 913-288-7671
Email: rbeach at kckcc.edu<mailto:rbeach at kckcc.edu>

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My favorite is Blind Gamers -Spoonbill Software<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/blindgamers.htm>
Blind Gamers games in chronological order of release<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/bggames.htm>
Blind Gamers games by category<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/bgcategory.htm>
Visit the Game Suggestions page<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/wishlist.htm>
Visit the Crosswords page<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/crosswords.htm>
Important information about SAPI voices<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/sapi.htm>
BG LAP Top 20 scores<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/bglaptop20.htm>
Blind links page<http://www.spoonbillsoftware.com.au/blindlinks.htm>
Would you share some?

Thomas Kearns
Assistive Technician / Accessibility Specialist ATACP
Office of Disability Resource Center
Truckee Meadows Community College
7000 Dandini Blvd. (RDMT 122)
Reno, Nevada 89512
Wk: 775-673-7209 Fax 775-673-7207
Email: tkearns at tmcc.edu<mailto:tkearns at tmcc.edu>

On Mon, Feb 3, 2020 at 2:06 PM L Snider <lsnider at gmail.com<mailto:lsnider at gmail.com>> wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I enjoy this list, thanks to everyone who shares great information!

I am looking for specific websites, blogs, etc. that focus on tips for
setting up more accessible interactive quizzes. For example, there is
a professor in a college who is wanting to create interactive quizzes
(likely using javascript, drag and drop, etc.) for their class.

I have found tips for accessible gaming sites, and some for general
e-learning. I was wondering if anyone could share any favourites
specifically for education related interactive quizzes? Or anything
close? The gaming sources might be okay, but they tend to be geared
towards slightly different interactions.

Thanks in advance for your help!


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