[Athen] Interactive quizzes

Sorensen, Neal B neal.sorensen at mnsu.edu
Thu Feb 6 06:58:42 PST 2020

Sorry this one is not educational.

On Twitch.tv there is a video game streamer named "halfcoordinated" who is a gaming accessibility expert and an accomplished speedrunner who has held several world records. He also practices what he preaches, and has live captioning on his videos. He also expresses that he's not a "disabled gamer" but instead he's a gamer who happens to have a disability.
Check out Halfcoordinated on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/halfcoordinated/videos
Sorry for the non-descriptive link, I can't access the right menu to rename it.

Neal Sorensen
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Subject: [Athen] Interactive quizzes

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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